Postnatal gliogenesis in the rodent forebrain was studied by infecting subventricular zone cells of either neonates or juvenile rats with replication-deficient retroviruses

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During the perinatal period of rodent development, the subventricular zone (SVZ) is the major source of neuroglial cells in the mammalian forebrain. Like neurons, which are produced earlier, neuroglial precursors emigrate from this spatially restricted germinal zone to colonize the hemispheres. Much less is known about the migration of glial precursors than… (More)

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@inproceedings{Levison1996PostnatalGI, title={Postnatal gliogenesis in the rodent forebrain was studied by infecting subventricular zone cells of either neonates or juvenile rats with replication-deficient retroviruses}, author={Steven W Levison and Cathy Chuang and Bernetta J. Abramson and James E. Goldman}, year={1996} }