demyelinated

Myelinated vs Demyelinated - What's the difference?

myelinated | demyelinated |


As adjectives the difference between myelinated and demyelinated

is that myelinated is (anatomy) of nerves, having a coating of myelin while demyelinated is from which myelin has been removed.

As a verb demyelinated is

(demyelinate).

Demyelinated vs Demyelinate - What's the difference?

demyelinated | demyelinate |


As verbs the difference between demyelinated and demyelinate

is that demyelinated is (demyelinate) while demyelinate is to remove the myelin sheath from a nerve.

As an adjective demyelinated

is from which myelin has been removed.

Demyelinated vs Demyelinates - What's the difference?

demyelinated | demyelinates |


As verbs the difference between demyelinated and demyelinates

is that demyelinated is (demyelinate) while demyelinates is (demyelinate).

As an adjective demyelinated

is from which myelin has been removed.

Myelin vs Demyelinated - What's the difference?

myelin | demyelinated |


As a noun myelin

is (neuroanatomy) a white, fatty material, composed of lipids and lipoproteins, that surrounds the axons of nerves.

As a verb demyelinated is

(demyelinate).

As an adjective demyelinated is

from which myelin has been removed.