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Neuronal properties of clonal hybrid cell lines derived from central cholinergic neurons

Science

Dec 5, 1986

D N HammondA Heller

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Clonal cell lines derived from specific types of central neurons can be used to identify and characterize properties specific to those neurons. With somatic cell fusion techniques, nine clonal hybrid cell lines have been developed from the septal region of the mouse basal forebrain. Two...read more

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Cholinergic Fibers
Immunoreactivity
Neurons
Aggregation
Brain
Cell Culture Techniques
Cell Hybridization
Neuroblastoma
Clone
Choline O-acetyltransferase Activity
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Neuronal properties of clonal hybrid cell lines derived from central cholinergic neurons

Science

Dec 5, 1986

D N HammondA Heller

PMID: 3775382

DOI: 10.1126/science.3775382

Abstract

Clonal cell lines derived from specific types of central neurons can be used to identify and characterize properties specific to those neurons. With somatic cell fusion techniques, nine clonal hybrid cell lines have been developed from the septal region of the mouse basal forebrain. Two...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Cholinergic Fibers
Immunoreactivity
Neurons
Aggregation
Brain
Cell Culture Techniques
Cell Hybridization
Neuroblastoma
Clone
Choline O-acetyltransferase Activity
11

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