What Is The Importance Of Myelin Sheath?

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Myelin sheath  is the layer of fat tissue, wrapped in the axons of some neurons outside,
with insulation and to improve nerve impulse conduction velocity. The importance
of myelin in multiple sclerosis can be clearly demonstrated, this is a function
of the degradation of myelin diseases. Disease will lead to transmission of
information to the muscles slow down and eventually lose muscle control.
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Myelin has three important functions: Providing axons with surrounding tissues, through a feature called "jump transmission" mechanism to accelerate the transfer of action potentials, in some cases damaged axon guidance axon regeneration.

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