Cell migration along the lateral cortical stream to the developing basal telencephalic limbic system. | - CCMAR -

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TítuloCell migration along the lateral cortical stream to the developing basal telencephalic limbic system.
Publication TypeJournal Article
AuthorsCarney, RSE, Alfonso, TB, Cohen, D, Dai, H, Nery, SVaz, Stoica, B, Slotkin, J, Bregman, BS, Fishell, G, Corbin, JG
Year of Publication2006
JournalJ Neurosci
Date Published2006 Nov 8
Palavras-chaveAnimals, Body Patterning, Bromodeoxyuridine, Cell Movement, Cerebral Cortex, Embryo, Mammalian, Embryonic Development, Green Fluorescent Proteins, Homeodomain Proteins, Immunohistochemistry, Limbic System, Mice, Mice, Transgenic, Microscopy, Electron, Nerve Tissue Proteins, Nuclear Proteins, Transcription Factors

During embryogenesis, the lateral cortical stream (LCS) emerges from the corticostriatal border (CSB), the boundary between the developing cerebral cortex and striatum. The LCS is comprised of a mix of pallial- and subpallial-derived neural progenitor cells that migrate to the developing structures of the basal telencephalon, most notably the piriform cortex and amygdala. Using a combination of in vitro and in vivo approaches, we analyzed the timing, composition, migratory modes, origin, and requirement of the homeodomain-containing transcription factor Gsh2 (genomic screened homeobox 2) in the development of this prominent migratory stream. We reveal that Pax6 (paired box gene 6)-positive pallial-derived and Dlx2 (distal-less homeobox 2)-positive subpallial-derived subpopulations of LCS cells are generated in distinct temporal windows during embryogenesis. Furthermore, our data indicate the CSB border not only is comprised of separate populations of pallial- and subpallial-derived progenitors that contribute to the LCS but also a subpopulation of cells coexpressing Pax6 and Dlx2. Moreover, despite migrating along a route outlined by a cascade of radial glia, the Dlx2-positive population appears to migrate primarily in an apparent chain-like manner, with LCS migratory cells being generated locally at the CSB with little contribution from other subpallial structures such as the medial, lateral, or caudal ganglionic eminences. We further demonstrate that the generation of the LCS is dependent on the homeodomain-containing gene Gsh2, revealing a novel requirement for Gsh2 in telencephalic development.



Alternate JournalJ. Neurosci.
PubMed ID17093077
Grant ListDA020140 / DA / NIDA NIH HHS / United States
MH068469 / MH / NIMH NIH HHS / United States
MH071679 / MH / NIMH NIH HHS / United States
NS 27054 / NS / NINDS NIH HHS / United States
NS032993 / NS / NINDS NIH HHS / United States
T32 HD 007459 / HD / NICHD NIH HHS / United States
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