Olfactory marker protein: from PAGE band to cDNA clone

@article{Margolis1985OlfactoryMP,
  title={Olfactory marker protein: from PAGE band to cDNA clone},
  author={Frank L. Margolis},
  journal={Trends in Neurosciences},
  year={1985},
  volume={8},
  pages={542-546}
}
Abstract Olfactory marker protein (OMP) is an olfactory, neuron-specific, developmentally regulated cytoplasmic protein. The physical properties of this protein have been characterized and its primary amino acid sequence determined. OMP is detectable in mature olfactory neurons but not in their stem cells and is, thus, an indicator of achievement of terminal cellular differentiation. The conservation of OMP immunoreactivity across diverse phyla and its restriction to a single class of neurons… CONTINUE READING

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