The role of microglia in the neurogenesis of zebrafish retina.

Abstract

Microglia are cells from non-neuronal lineages that reside in the central nervous system. In zebrafish, early macrophages migrate from the yolk sac to the brain and retina at 26-30 hour post fertilization (hpf) and transform into microglia at 55-60 hpf. The migration of macrophages into the central nervous system requires signaling by macrophage colony… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bbrc.2012.03.139

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