NG2-expressing cells in the nervous system revealed by the NG2-EYFP-knockin mouse.

  title={NG2-expressing cells in the nervous system revealed by the NG2-EYFP-knockin mouse.},
  author={Khalad Karram and Sandra Goebbels and Markus Schwab and Katja Jennissen and Gerald Seifert and Christian Steinh{\"a}user and Klaus-Armin Nave and Jacqueline Trotter},
  volume={46 12},
The NG2 glycoprotein is a type I membrane protein expressed by immature cells in the developing and adult mouse. NG2+ cells of the embryonic and adult brain have been principally viewed as oligodendrocyte precursor cells but have additionally been considered a fourth glial class. They are likely to be a heterogeneous population. In order to facilitate studies on the function of NG2+ cells and to characterize these cells in situ, we generated an enhanced yellow fluorescent protein (EYFP… CONTINUE READING
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