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Problem: Multiple sclerosis is a disease that results in a lack of myelin on nerves in the brain and spinal cord. What cells are responsible for producing myelin there and briefly explain myelination including the function it serves.

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Myelination is the process of producing myelin sheath around the axon of the nerves. 

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Multiple sclerosis is a disease that results in a lack of myelin on nerves in the brain and spinal cord. What cells are responsible for producing myelin there and briefly explain myelination including the function it serves.

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