GD3 ganglioside is a glycolipid characteristic of immature neuroectodermal cells.

@article{Goldman1984GD3GI,
  title={GD3 ganglioside is a glycolipid characteristic of immature neuroectodermal cells.},
  author={James E. Goldman and Masahiko Hirano and R K Yu and Thomas N. Seyfried},
  journal={Journal of neuroimmunology},
  year={1984},
  volume={7 2-3},
  pages={179-92}
}
Biochemical studies have indicated that the disialoganglioside, GD3, is a major glycolipid component of the immature vertebrate CNS, but a minor element within the mature CNS. We have investigated its cellular localization in rat CNS by immunofluorescence using a mouse monoclonal antibody that recognizes GD3. In tissue sections of postnatal CNS, the antibody bound to cells in several areas known to contain immature neuroectodermal populations: the subventricular zone beneath the lateral… CONTINUE READING

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