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Early forebrain neurons and scaffold fibers in human embryos.

Qin J, Wang M, Zhao T, Xiao X, Li X, Yang J, Yi L, Goffinet AM, Qu Y, Zhou L (2020) Early forebrain neurons and scaffold fibers in human embryos. Cerebral Cortex 30(3):913–928. doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhz136

Objective: To study neural progenitor proliferation, neuronal migration, areal organization, and pioneer axon wiring are critical events during early forebrain development.

Summary: Axons from pioneer neurons in prethalamus, ventral telencephalon, and cortical preplate cross the diencephalon–telencephalon junction and the pallial–subpallial boundary, forming scaffolds that could guide thalamic and cortical axons at later stages.

Usage: Immunofluorescence (1:600); AB-N01AP: NGFr (mu p75) Rabbit Polyclonal, affinity-purified

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