Incorporation of mouse neural progenitors transplanted into the rat embryonic forebrain is developmentally regulated and dependent on regional and adhesive properties.

@article{Olsson1998IncorporationOM,
  title={Incorporation of mouse neural progenitors transplanted into the rat embryonic forebrain is developmentally regulated and dependent on regional and adhesive properties.},
  author={M Charlotte Olsson and K Bjerregaard and Christian Winkler and Monte A. Gates and Anders Bj{\"o}rklund and Kenneth Campbell},
  journal={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={1998},
  volume={10 1},
  pages={71-85}
}
During development, telencephalic neural progenitors acquire positional specification and give rise to distinct structures such as the striatum and cortex. Here, we examine, in vivo, the influence of developmental stage, cell-surface molecules and regional differences along the dorso-ventral and antero-posterior axes on the selective incorporation of neural progenitors derived from different regions of the developing brain, utilizing a cross-species in utero transplantation paradigm. Striatal… CONTINUE READING
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