Tissue- and developmental stage-specific forms of a neural cell surface antigen linked to differences in glycosylation of a common polypeptide.

@article{Rougon1982TissueAD,
  title={Tissue- and developmental stage-specific forms of a neural cell surface antigen linked to differences in glycosylation of a common polypeptide.},
  author={Genevi{\`e}ve N. Rougon and H. Deagostini-Bazin and Michel Hirn and Christo Goridis},
  journal={The EMBO journal},
  year={1982},
  volume={1 10},
  pages={
          1239-44
        }
}
We have previously identified a cell surface glycoprotein of the mouse nervous system named brain cell surface protein-2 (BSP-2). Here we report that this antigen is not a single, discrete entity, but a family of antigenically and structurally related molecules. Three components of 180, 140, and 120 K were characteristic for more mature nervous tissues. Adult cerebral cortex contained the 140-K and 120-K antigens, adult spinal cord only the 120-K, and dorsal root ganglia from young mice mainly… CONTINUE READING

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