Temporal pattern of innervation in the developing mouse inner ear: an immunocytochemical study of a 66-kD subunit of mammalian neurofilaments.

@article{GalinovcSchwartz1991TemporalPO,
  title={Temporal pattern of innervation in the developing mouse inner ear: an immunocytochemical study of a 66-kD subunit of mammalian neurofilaments.},
  author={V Galinov{\'i}c-Schwartz and Damin Peng and F. C. Alex Chiu and Thomas R. Van De Water},
  journal={Journal of neuroscience research},
  year={1991},
  volume={30 1},
  pages={124-33}
}
We have examined the expression of a 66-kD neurofilament protein (NF-66) in the developing inner ear. Mouse embryos, fetuses, and neonates were fixed in Methacarn, embedded in paraffin, and sectioned. A polyclonal antiserum raised specifically to NF-66 and unreactive to NF-L, -M, -H, and peripherin was used for immunocytochemical staining. NF-66 immunostaining was first detectable in the rhombencephalon at embryonic day (E) 9.5. Immunoreactivity was first detected in the statoacoustic ganglion… CONTINUE READING