PMID: 2447488Jan 1, 1988

Developmental expression of two forms of pp60c-src in mouse brain

Molecular and Cellular Biology
O D Wiestler, G Walter


The expression during mouse development of two forms of protein-tyrosine kinase pp60c-src, pp60 and pp60+, was investigated. At embryonic day 9 (E9), only pp60 was detected in whole-brain lysates. A trace of pp60+ was first seen at E10. In E18 embryos and in adults, pp60+ was the predominant form of pp60c-src in forebrain and midbrain lysates.


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