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Schematic images of transverse sections through the trunk of E9.0 (A), E10.5 (B), E12.5 (C), E14.5 (D) and E18.5 (E) embryos, and a longitudinal section through the postnatal sciatic nerve (F).
(A) The migration of NCCs from the dorsal neural tube (B) The migration of NCCs along the ventral path to populate the developing DRG and peripheral nerves (C) The association of Schwann cell precursors with developing axons (D) The maturation of Schwann cell precursors into immature Schwann (E) The differentiation of immature Schwann cells into into myelinating and non-myelinating Schwann cells.
Abbreviations: bc, boundary cap; dr, dorsal root; drg, dorsal root ganglia; nt, neural tube; sn, spinal nerve; vr, ventral root.
Balakrishnan, A., Stykel, M. G., Touahri, Y., Stratton, J. A., Biernaskie, J., & Schuurmans, C. (2016). Temporal Analysis of Gene Expression in the Murine Schwann Cell Lineage and the Acutely Injured Postnatal Nerve. PLoS ONE, 11(4), e0153256.
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