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Nucleostemin is a protein found in the nucleoli of embryonic stem cells, adult CNS stem cells, primitive cells in the bone marrow and cancer cells. It is not in the differentiated cells of most adult tissues. It has been suggested to play a role in controlling the cell-cycle progression in stem cells and cancer cells.
Neuron-Glial Expressed Proteins-Includes Neurotrophin Proteins
Primary Neurons and Astrocytes-Primary human, rat and mouse neurons and astrocytes
Images: Detection of NuclS (red signal) (A—F), galectin-1 (green signal) (A, B, F), Ki67 (green signal) (C) and keratin 19 (green signal) (D and E) in cells originated in hair follicles (HF) cultured in the presence of feeder cells (A and D) or without feeder cells (B), in interfollicular cells (IF) (C) and cells of the squamous cell carcinoma line FaDu (F) cultured for 3, 5 and 7 days, respectively. Journal of Dermatological Science (2006) 73—80