Distribution of phosphoprotein p19 in rat brain during ontogeny: stage-specific expression in neurons and glia.

@article{Amat1991DistributionOP,
  title={Distribution of phosphoprotein p19 in rat brain during ontogeny: stage-specific expression in neurons and glia.},
  author={Jose A Amat and Kristina L Fields and Ulrich K. Schubart},
  journal={Brain research. Developmental brain research},
  year={1991},
  volume={60 2},
  pages={205-18}
}
p19 is an evolutionarily highly conserved 19-kDa cytosolic protein that undergoes hormonally regulated phosphorylation in a variety of mammalian cells. Its expression is abundant in brain and testis and is developmentally regulated. Here we have used immunocytochemistry to define the cell types expressing p19 in the rat CNS during pre- and postnatal development. p19-like immunoreactivity appears in young postmitotic neurons in the mantle zone of the neural tube on embryonic day 12-13… CONTINUE READING