Identification of midbrain floor plate radial glia-like cells as dopaminergic progenitors.

@article{Bonilla2008IdentificationOM,
  title={Identification of midbrain floor plate radial glia-like cells as dopaminergic progenitors.},
  author={Sonia Bonilla and Anita C. Hall and Lu{\'i}sa Pinto and Alessio Attardo and Magdalena G{\"o}tz and Wieland B Huttner and Ernest Arenas},
  journal={Glia},
  year={2008},
  volume={56 8},
  pages={809-20}
}
The floor plate (FP), a signaling center and a structure rich in radial glia-like cells, has been traditionally thought to be devoid of neurons and neuronal progenitors. However, in the midbrain, the FP contains neurons of the dopaminergic (DA) lineage that require contact with radial glia-like cells for their induction. We, therefore, decided to explore the interaction relationship between radial glia and neurons during DA neurogenesis. Taking advantage of a novel FP radial glia-like cell… CONTINUE READING
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