Neural induction and in vitro initial expression of neurofilament and tetanus toxin binding site molecules in amphibians.

@article{Duprat1986NeuralIA,
  title={Neural induction and in vitro initial expression of neurofilament and tetanus toxin binding site molecules in amphibians.},
  author={Anne Marie Duprat and L Gualandris and François Foulquier and Denise Paulin and Bernard Bizzini},
  journal={Cell differentiation},
  year={1986},
  volume={18 1},
  pages={57-64}
}
Tetanus toxin (Tt) binding site and neurofilament (NIF), the intermediate-sized filaments, are neuronal markers essentially described in mammals and birds; are these molecular markers present in urodela neuronal cells and are they expressed immediately after neural induction? Our findings are based on immunofluorescent localization of NIF and Tt proteins… CONTINUE READING