embryonic nuclear neuronal marker

lmichel at titus.u-strasbg.fr lmichel at titus.u-strasbg.fr
Thu Apr 18 11:13:05 EST 1996

Garth Patterson posted this week a summary of neuronal promoters available.
I have a related wish. Could anybody advise, and preferably share, a
neuronal marker that would be expressed:
1) in neurons (as many as possible)
2) during embryogenesis (as early as the comma stage)
3) be localized to the nucleus.

It can be an antibody to a neuronal nuclear marker or a stable gfp/lacZ
fusion expressed in neurons with an NLS.

Thanks for your help. I'll post a summary of answers.


Michel Labouesse
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