Cell proliferation pattern in adult zebrafish forebrain is sexually dimorphic

@article{Ampatzis2012CellPP,
  title={Cell proliferation pattern in adult zebrafish forebrain is sexually dimorphic},
  author={Konstantinos Ampatzis and Panayiota Makantasi and Catherine R. Dermon},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2012},
  volume={226},
  pages={367-381}
}
Cell proliferation, differentiation and cell death are considered key players for brain plasticity mechanisms that underlie sex specific phenotypes in brain and behavior. Well-documented examples of sex-specific neurogenesis are the avian song system telencephalic areas and the mammalian hippocampus. The present study questioned whether sex difference in cell proliferation represents a conserved feature of adult brain plasticity, using the neurogenetic model organism zebrafish (Danio rerio… CONTINUE READING
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