FGF modulates the PDGF-driven pathway of oligodendrocyte development

@article{McKinnon1990FGFMT,
  title={FGF modulates the PDGF-driven pathway of oligodendrocyte development},
  author={Randall D. McKinnon and Toshimitsu Matsui and Monique Dubois‐Dalcq and Stuart A. Aaronsont},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={1990},
  volume={5},
  pages={603-614}
}
PDGF promotes the growth of oligodendrocyte type-2 astrocyte (O-2A) glial progenitor cells and allows their timely differentiation into oligodendrocytes, the CNS myelin-forming cells. We demonstrate that basic FGF is a potent mitogen for brain O-2A progenitor cells, but blocks their differentiation into oligodendrocytes. Treatment with basic FGF also influences the level of expression of PDGF receptors on O-2A progenitor cells. These cells express only the alpha chain PDGF receptor, and the… Expand
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