Expression of S100B during embryonic development of the mouse cerebellum

  title={Expression of S100B during embryonic development of the mouse cerebellum},
  author={S. Hachem and A. Laurenson and J. Hugnot and C. Legraverend},
  journal={BMC Developmental Biology},
  pages={17 - 17}
  • S. Hachem, A. Laurenson, +1 author C. Legraverend
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine, Biology
  • BMC Developmental Biology
  • BackgroundIn the cerebellum of newborn S100B-EGFP mice, we had previously noted the presence of a large population of S100B-expressing cells, which we assumed to be immature Bergmann glial cells. In the present study, we have drawn on this observation to establish the precise spatio-temporal pattern of S100B gene expression in the embryonic cerebellum.ResultsFrom E12.5 until E17.5, S100B was expressed in the primary radial glial scaffold involved in Purkinje progenitor exit from the ventricular… CONTINUE READING

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