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TRIM32 is expressed in satellite cells during regeneration <i>in vitro</i>.

By Sarah Nicklas (186810), Anthony Otto (186818), Xiaoli Wu (58959), Pamela Miller (186829), Sandra Stelzer (186836), Yefei Wen (186847), Shihuan Kuang (186854), Klaus Wrogemann (186862), Ketan Patel (108970), Hao Ding (186871) and Jens C. Schwamborn (185829)


<p>(a) Immunostainings of satellite cells on myofibers from wild type mice cultured for the indicated time (left grey boxes) and labelled with the indicated markers (upper grey boxes). The right panels show single nuclei in higher magnification. Note that here the anti-TRIM32 antibody 1137 (see methods) has been used. (b) Diagram showing the fraction of cells at each culture time point that were double-positive for TRIM32/Pax7, TRIM32/MyoD or TRIM32/Myogenin.</p

Topics: Cell Biology, Genetics, Physiology, Biological Sciences, Developmental Biology, cells, regeneration
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0030445.g001
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