BAD-LAMP defines a subset of early endocytic organelles in subpopulations of cortical projection neurons.

@article{David2007BADLAMPDA,
  title={BAD-LAMP defines a subset of early endocytic organelles in subpopulations of cortical projection neurons.},
  author={Alexandre David and Marie-Catherine Tiveron and Axel Defays and Christophe B{\'e}clin and Voahirana Camosseto and Evelina Gatti and Harold Cremer and Philippe Pierre},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={2007},
  volume={120 Pt 2},
  pages={353-65}
}
The brain-associated LAMP-like molecule (BAD-LAMP) is a new member of the family of lysosome associated membrane proteins (LAMPs). In contrast to other LAMPs, which show a widespread expression, BAD-LAMP expression in mice is confined to the postnatal brain and therein to neuronal subpopulations in layers II/III and V of the neocortex. Onset of expression strictly parallels cortical synaptogenesis. In cortical neurons, the protein is found in defined clustered vesicles, which accumulate along… CONTINUE READING
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