cortical malformation question

samhall robhayman at madasafish.com
Mon Apr 2 03:33:00 EST 2001


you need to qualify your question with more information: what strain of
in-bred mice for a start (some are created with the express purpose of
cortical defects, for instance by knocking out receptorson radial glial
fibres etc etc; what generation of the in-bred strain do you want to look at
etc
also what cells do you want to look at - radial glial fibres or the neurons
themselves - there is a good review of some related topics in Annual Reviews
in Neuroscience (2001) 24: 87-105 and also in Trends in Neurosciences (2000)
23(8): 352-9  the references within these articles should get you started
"Angie" <lgd450NO at SPAMnwu.edu> wrote in message
news:lgd450NO-2903011006440001 at mac136.cnadc.nwu.edu...
> Hello all--
>
> I was wondering if anyone knew of any papers discussing the rate at which
> in bred mice develop cortical malformations or have cell migration
> problems.  A medline search has not been useful, although we may have been
> using the wrong search terms.
>
> Any help would be greatly appreciated!
>
> Thank you,
>
> Angie
>
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