Promoter-targeted selection and isolation of neural progenitor cells from the adult human ventricular zone.

@article{Roy2000PromotertargetedSA,
  title={Promoter-targeted selection and isolation of neural progenitor cells from the adult human ventricular zone.},
  author={Neeta Singh Roy and Abdellatif Benraiss and Shengjun Wang and Richard A. R. Fraser and R. Goodman and William T. Couldwell and Maiken Nedergaard and Ayano Kawaguchi and Hideyuki Okano and Steven A Goldman},
  journal={Journal of neuroscience research},
  year={2000},
  volume={59 3},
  pages={321-31}
}
Adult humans, like their nonhuman mammalian counterparts, harbor persistent neural progenitor cells in the forebrain ventricular lining. In the absence of adequate surface markers, however, these cells have proven difficult to isolate for study. We have previously identified and selected neural progenitor cells from both the fetal and adult rodent ventricular zone (VZ), by sorting forebrain cells transfected with plasmid DNA encoding the gene for green fluorescent protein driven by the early… CONTINUE READING
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