Radial glia in the human fetal cerebrum: A combined golgi, immunofluorescent and electron microscopic study

@article{Choi1978RadialGI,
  title={Radial glia in the human fetal cerebrum: A combined golgi, immunofluorescent and electron microscopic study},
  author={Ben H. Choi and Lowell W. Lapham},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1978},
  volume={148},
  pages={295-311}
}
Prenatal gliogenesis in the developing cerebrum of the mouse
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Findings provide evidence of early gliogenesis in the developing mouse forebrain and indicate that GFAP is as readily demonstrable in mouse astrocytes and radial glial fibers as it is in those of man and subhuman primates.
Immunocytochemical demonstration of glial fibrillary acidic protein in mouse tanycytes
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It is suggested that the presence of GFAP in these specialised cells of the third ventricle indicates that they, the transient radial glia of the developing cerebral cortex, the persistent Bergmann glias of the cerebellum, similar astrocytes with radial processes in the hippocampal dentate gyrus and conventional astroglia are all closely related cell types.
A golgi study of radial glial cells in developing monkey telencephalon: Morphogenesis and transformation into astrocytes
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Radial glial cells impregnated by a modified del Rio Hortega rapid Golgi method were studied in the occipital lobes of 38 rhesus monkeys from embryonic day 48 to birth which occurs at E165 and in 27 postnatal animals to day 365.
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