The transplantation of cells into damaged regions of patients with Parkinson or stroke is a therapeutic option for the future which however bears the risk of serious side effects. Therefore intensive research in animal models is still needed and continues. Here, green fluorescent cells (GFP) are visible which were transplanted into the striatum of a rat brain. How these cells do behave after transplantation can be illustrated in high spatial resolution by laser scanning microscopy.
NG2 positive processes of a young oligodendrocyte wrap the
The Marker proteins DCX and ßIII-tubulin are expressed in
GFAP positive cells co-express the marker CD8. GFAP positive
Multicolour stainings belong to the outstanding options of