urban

Definition funny of Schwann:

urbanadj. utterly amazing and breathtakingly wonderful. see "awesome".

urbanperson 1: "DUUUDE your Stephen Colbert wig is so SCHWANN!!" person 2: "Schwann of you to notice."

urbanadj. outrageously cool

urban"Oh, neat idea! This plan is totally schwann."

songs

Songs about Schwann:

songsLohengrin: Mein lieber Schwann by Leo Slezak from the Album Prima Voce: Leo Slezak

songsLohengrin: Mein lieber Schwann... O Elsa nur ein Jahr by Miguel Fleta from the Album Miguel Fleta

songsSchwann jauge by Klaxon Gueule from the Album Infininiment

songsSchwann's Catalog by R. Stevie Moore Yukio Yung from the Album The Yung & Moore Show: Yung & Moore Versus the Whole Goddam Stinkin' World

songsWagner: Lohengrin / Act 3 - In fernem Land...Mein lieber Schwann by Manfred Gurlitt from the Album Great Wagner Singers

books

Books about Schwann:

booksSchwann Opus: An Interview with John Adams, Reference Guide to Classical Music (Schwann Opus Vol. 6) by Schwann Publications (Nov 1995)

booksSchwann Opus (Spring 2000) (Mar 2000)

booksThe Biology of Schwann Cells: Development, Differentiation and Immunomodulation by Patricia Armati (Mar 12, 2007)

booksSchwann Cell Development and Pathology by Kazunori Sango and Junji Yamauchi (Feb 14, 2014)

booksJourney to Everywhere (The Schwann Diaries Book 1) by Michael Kawitzky, Morgan Russell, Louise Goddard and Carlo DaSilva (Dec 12, 2012)

booksSchwann Opus (Winter 1998) (Dec 15, 1998)

booksSchwann Opus (Spring 2001) (Apr 15, 2001)

wiki

Wiki information Schwann:

Schwann cell
Anatomical structure

Schwann cells or neurolemmocytes are the principle glia of the peripheral nervous system. Glial cells function to support neurons and, in the PNS, also include satellite cells, olfactory ensheathing cells, enteric glia and glia that reside at sensory...

Theodor Schwann
Academic, Influence Node, Award Winner, Author, Person, Deceased Person

Theodor Schwann was a German physiologist. His many contributions to biology include the development of cell theory, the discovery of Schwann cells in the peripheral nervous system, the discovery and study of pepsin, the discovery of the organic...