Postnatal cellular contributions of the hippocampus subventricular zone to the dentate gyrus, corpus callosum, fimbria, and cerebral cortex.

@article{NavarroQuiroga2006PostnatalCC,
  title={Postnatal cellular contributions of the hippocampus subventricular zone to the dentate gyrus, corpus callosum, fimbria, and cerebral cortex.},
  author={Ivan Navarro-Quiroga and Mariana Hernandez-Valdes and Stanley Li Lin and Janice R Naegele},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={2006},
  volume={497 5},
  pages={833-45}
}
The rodent dentate gyrus (DG) is formed in the embryo when progenitor cells migrate from the dentate neuroepithelium to establish a germinal zone in the hilus and a secondary germinal matrix, near the fimbria, called the hippocampal subventricular zone (HSVZ). The developmental plasticity of progenitors within the HSVZ is not well understood. To delineate the migratory routes and fates of progenitors within this zone, we injected a replication-incompetent retrovirus, encoding the enhanced green… CONTINUE READING

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