Figure 1.

Fluorescence microscopy of dividing cells in control and mutant mice. Fluorescence photomicrographs showing BrdU+ (green) cells in the motor cortex (A), striatum (B) and periventricular region (C) of a control mouse brain (GFP-control) of the GFP-global line. (D-F) Fluorescence micrographs showing BrdU+ (green) cells in the motor cortex (D), striatum (E) and periventricular region (F) of a mutant mouse brain from the GFP-global line. (G-I) Motor cortex (G), striatum (H) and periventricular region (I) of a control mouse brain of the striatal line. (J-L) Fluorescence micrographs showing BrdU+ (green) cells in the motor cortex (J), striatum (K) and periventricular region (L) of a mutant mouse brain from the striatal line. S denotes striatum, LSn denotes lateral septal nucleus and LV denotes lateral ventricle. Scale bar represents 70 μm.

Smardencas et al. BMC Neuroscience 2013 14:111   doi:10.1186/1471-2202-14-111
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