Differentiation of mouse Neuro 2A cells into dopamine neurons

@article{Tremblay2010DifferentiationOM,
  title={Differentiation of mouse Neuro 2A cells into dopamine neurons},
  author={Roger G. Tremblay and Marianna Sikorska and Jagdeep K Sandhu and Patricia H. Lanthier and Mahmud Bani-Yaghoub},
  journal={Journal of Neuroscience Methods},
  year={2010},
  volume={186},
  pages={60-67}
}
Neuro 2A (N2a) is a mouse neural crest-derived cell line that has been extensively used to study neuronal differentiation, axonal growth and signaling pathways. A convenient characteristic of these cells is their ability to differentiate into neurons within a few days. However, most differentiation methods reported for N2a cells do not provide information about the neuronal types obtained after each treatment. In this study, we evaluated the generation of N2a dopamine neurons following… CONTINUE READING
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