Early born lineage of retinal neurons express class III beta-tubulin isotype.

@article{Sharma2007EarlyBL,
  title={Early born lineage of retinal neurons express class III beta-tubulin isotype.},
  author={Rajesh Kumar Sharma and Peter A. Netland},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2007},
  volume={1176},
  pages={11-7}
}
AIM Class III beta-tubulin, a constituent of neuronal microtubules, has been frequently used as a marker for the neuronal lineage in developmental biology. In retina, it is often used as a marker for ganglion cells. We investigated the developmental expression of this protein in retina and identified the cell types expressing it to gain a better understanding of whether preferred expression of this isotype in certain retinal neurons plays a cell specific role, or whether it is only a part of an… CONTINUE READING