Deiters cells

Deiters cells
the outer phalangeal cells of the organ of Corti; they support the outer hair cells.

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  • deiters' cell — ˈdīd.ə(r)z , (r)s(ə̇z) noun Usage: usually capitalized D Etymology: after Otto F. K. Deiters died 1863 German physician 1. : one of the modified supporting cells prolonged into a process ending in a terminal plate that are placed among and… …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Otto Deiters — Otto Friedrich Karl Deiters (1834 1863) Otto Friedrich Karl Deiters (November 15, 1834 – December 5, 1863) was a German neuroanatomist. He was born in Bonn, studied at the University of Bonn, and spent most of his professional career in Bonn. He… …   Wikipedia

  • phalangeal cells — rows of supporting cells between the sensory hair cells of the organ of Corti (see cochlea). * * * elongated supporting cells of the organ of Corti with bases that rest on the basilar membrane adjacent to the pillar cells. Inner phalangeal cells… …   Medical dictionary

  • Otto Friedrich Karl Deiters — (1834 1863) was a German neuroanatomist. He was born in Bonn, studied at the University of Bonn, and spent most of his professional career in Bonn. He is remembered for his microscopic research of the brain and spinal cord.Around 1860, Deiters… …   Wikipedia

  • cell of Deiters — cell of Dei·ters dīt ərz, ərs n one of the modified supporting cells prolonged into a process ending in a terminal plate that are placed among and alternate with the outer hair cells of the organ of Corti called also Deiters cell Dei·ters dīt ərs …   Medical dictionary

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