Photomicrographs representing lentiviral transduced and transplanted OEG and Schwann cells. A: OEG in vitro labeled with lentiviral DsRed2. B: Schwann cells in vitro labeled with lentiviral DsRed2. Scale bar (A B): 50 μm. C D: Localization of transplanted OEG (C) and Schwann cells (D) within the spinal cord lesion site 2 weeks after transplantation. Schwann cells appear to have survived in greater numbers than the OEG. However, OEG are more dispersed through the spinal cord tissue while Schwann cells remain in a dense aggregate. Scale bar (C D): 100 μm.
Barbour et al. BMC Neuroscience 2013 14:106 doi:10.1186/1471-2202-14-106