Chemistry of ear

Histochemistry
Histochemistry of ear

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Nervous tissue is also found in the inner ear and it contains mainly lipids and cholesterol. It contains proteins such as

  • A globulin
  • Nucleoprotein
  • Neurokeratin
  • Brain derived tubulin

Nervous tissue also contains some cerebrosides such as phrenosin and kerasin. Aside from cholesterol it also contains sulpholipids. It has considerable potassium ion and its fatty acids have higher molecular weight than other tissues.
Brain tissue also contains 75.1% of water, 11.5% of protein, 12.4% of lipid and ash is 1.4%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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