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Differentiation of hNPs into neurons after 3 weeks of maturation.

By Gabriel Nistor (244878), Monica M. Siegenthaler (350342), Stephane N. Poirier (350344), Sharyn Rossi (350346), Aleksandra J. Poole (244883), Maura E. Charlton (350349), John D. McNeish (281711), Chris N. Airriess (350351) and Hans S. Keirstead (244899)


<p>A) hNP-derivates displayed a highly branched morphology, consistent with a neuronal phenotype. B) Immunolabeling with TUJ1 (green) and GFAP (red) revealed a high purity neuronal culture with few astrocytes. C) Cells were immunopositive for Tau, a microtubule associated protein, consistent with neuronal differentiation. D) Cells were immunopositive for MAP2, a microtubule associated protein, consistent with neuronal differentiation.</p

Topics: Cell Biology, Neuroscience, Developmental Biology, hnps, neurons, weeks
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0020692.g002
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