Avian transitin expression mirrors glial cell fate restrictions during neural crest development.

@article{Henion2000AvianTE,
  title={Avian transitin expression mirrors glial cell fate restrictions during neural crest development.},
  author={Paul D. Henion and G K Blyss and Rushu Luo and Min An and Thomas M Maynard and Gregory J Cole and James A. Weston},
  journal={Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists},
  year={2000},
  volume={218 1},
  pages={150-9}
}
During development, trunk neural crest cells give rise to three primary classes of derivatives: glial cells, melanocytes, and neurons. As part of an effort to learn how neural crest diversification is regulated, we have produced monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) that recognize antigens expressed by neural crest cells early in development. One of these, MAb 7B3 (7B3), was found to recognize an avian transitin-like protein by co-immunostaining with a series of transitin-specific monoclonal antibodies… CONTINUE READING

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