Regulation and selective expression of Ly-6A/E, a lymphocyte activation molecule, in the central nervous system.

Abstract

The Ly-6 locus encodes a group of cell surface molecules found predominantly on lymphoid cells in the mouse. These proteins share several structural and functional characteristics with Thy-1, a molecule expressed in both lymphoid and neuronal tissue. Utilizing anti-Ly-6A/E monoclonal antibodies, the present results demonstrate in situ expression of these… (More)

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@article{Cray1990RegulationAS, title={Regulation and selective expression of Ly-6A/E, a lymphocyte activation molecule, in the central nervous system.}, author={Carolyn Cray and Robert W. Keane and Tamim Malek and Robert B. Levy}, journal={Brain research. Molecular brain research}, year={1990}, volume={8 1}, pages={9-15} }