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Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 1992 Jun 30;185(3):1155-61.

Identification of a set of genes with developmentally down-regulated expression in the mouse brain.

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Department of Viral Oncology, Cancer Institute, Tokyo, Japan.


Using a subtraction cloning approach, we have isolated a set of cDNA clones from mouse neural precursor cells whose respective mRNA levels are down-regulated during the development of mouse brain. Single stranded DNA prepared from neuronal precursor cell cDNA library in lambda Zap vector was subtracted with poly (A)+ RNA prepared from postnatal and adult mouse brain to obtain several clones which show developmental down-regulation of expression. Their patterns of expression indicate that these genes may play important roles during the embryonic development and differentiation of central nervous system.

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