Abnormal astrocyte differentiation and defective cellular interactions in wobbler mouse spinal cord.

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The wobbler mutation is inherited as an autosomal recessive trait and displays a muscular atrophy associated with motoneuron degeneration in early postnatal development. It has been shown that the level of glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP) is greatly increased in the spinal cord of wobbler mice. We performed immunocytochemical analyses combined with… (More)

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@article{HantazAmbroise1994AbnormalAD, title={Abnormal astrocyte differentiation and defective cellular interactions in wobbler mouse spinal cord.}, author={Djennet Hantaz-Ambroise and Brigitte Blondet and Michael K. Murawsky and Florian C. Rieger}, journal={Journal of neurocytology}, year={1994}, volume={23 3}, pages={179-92} }