Basal ganglia precursors found in aggregates following embryonic transplantation adopt a striatal phenotype in heterotopic locations.

Abstract

Transplantation of immature CNS-derived cells into the developing brain is a powerful approach to investigate the factors that regulate neuronal position and phenotype. CNS progenitor cells dissociated from the embryonic striatum and implanted into the brain of embryos of the same species generate cells that reaggregate to form easily recognizable… (More)

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