Complex invasion pattern of the cerebral cortex bymicroglial cells during development of the mouse embryo.

@article{Swinnen2013ComplexIP,
  title={Complex invasion pattern of the cerebral cortex bymicroglial cells during development of the mouse embryo.},
  author={Nina Swinnen and Sophie Marie-Th{\'e}r{\`e}se Smolders and Ariel Avila and Kristof Notelaers and Rik Paesen and Marcel Ameloot and Bert Br{\^o}ne and Pascal Legendre and J. Rig{\'o}},
  journal={Glia},
  year={2013},
  volume={61 2},
  pages={150-63}
}
Microglia are the immune cells of the central nervous system. They are suspected to play important roles in adult synaptogenesis and in the development of the neuronal network. Microglial cells originate from progenitors in the yolk sac. Although it was suggested that they invade the cortex at early developmental stages in the embryo, their invasion pattern remains largely unknown. To address this issue we analyzed the pattern of cortical invasion by microglial cells in mouse embryos at the… CONTINUE READING
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