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Myelinated nerve fiber

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Definition

noun

Nerve fiber enveloped by a sheath of myelin believed to be associated with saltatory conduction, which is a physiological mechanism for faster conduction of action potential along the nerve fiber.


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See also: dyemyelinated nerve

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