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The receptor for Granulocyte-colony stimulating factor (G-CSF) is expressed in radial glia during development of the nervous system

Friederike Kirsch, Carola Krüger and Armin Schneider*

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SYGNIS Bioscience, Im Neuenheimer Feld 515, 69120 Heidelberg, Germany

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BMC Developmental Biology 2008, 8:32  doi:10.1186/1471-213X-8-32

Published: 27 March 2008

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During postnatal development the radial glia scaffold decreases and the G-CSF receptor is expressed in emerging neurons. The figure shows a G-CSF receptor immunostaining at postnatal day 7. The decreasing radial glia scaffold is marked by arrows. (10 μm paraffin sections, scale bar 50 μm)

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Control for G-CSF receptor immunostaining specificity. The figure demonstrates a control for staining specificity of the G-CSF receptor by omission of the primary antibody. A, E17, spinal cord, G-CSF receptor immunostaining, B, control with omission of the primary antibody. (Immunofluorescent staining on 10 μm paraffin sections, scale bar 50 μm, E: embryonic day).

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