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“…During embryonic and early postnatal life, VZ cells delaminate from their epithelium and some of them develop into small, proliferative, and highly migratory cells that populate the adjacent sub-ventricular zone (SVZ). To colonize the brain, these migratory precursors exit from the SVZ and then travel in some cases long distances into gray and white matter, where they either differentiate into mature glia or remain as immature, resident progenitors [106, 107]. Oligodendrocyte precursors are generated both ventrally and dorsally.…”
Section: An Overview Of Mammalian Gliogenesismentioning
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“…During embryonic and early postnatal life, VZ cells delaminate from their epithelium and some of them develop into small, proliferative, and highly migratory cells that populate the adjacent sub-ventricular zone (SVZ). To colonize the brain, these migratory precursors exit from the SVZ and then travel in some cases long distances into gray and white matter, where they either differentiate into mature glia or remain as immature, resident progenitors [106, 107]. Oligodendrocyte precursors are generated both ventrally and dorsally.…”
Section: An Overview Of Mammalian Gliogenesismentioning
“…It is important to note that glial precursors, both astrocytes and oligodendrocytes, continue to divide during the migratory phase, and even continue dividing after they have ceased migrating. This phenomenon, which generates clonal clusters of glia, appears to be much more characteristic of the oligodendrocyte than the astrocyte lineage, suggesting that oligodendrocyte precursors possess a greater capacity to proliferate than do astrocyte precursors [107]. Details of astrocyte and oligodendrocyte development are given in recent reviews [30, 31, 50, 66].…”
Section: An Overview Of Mammalian Gliogenesismentioning
“…In contrast, SVZ cells labeled with control retroviruses migrate extensively and do not all differentiate into myelinating oligodendrocytes over this time frame (this study, and see Levison et al, 1993; Zerlin et al, 2004). We do not know yet if the effects on migration and myelination are independent or linked.…”
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“…Retroviral lineage analyses have shown that SVZ progenitors can give rise to clones that disperse spatially and that progenitors can generate both homogeneous and heterogeneous glial populations. Meanwhile, an apparent consequence of the asynchronous differentiation of SVZ cells is the continued presence of immature glia in the adult white matter [5]. In-vivo experiments also suggest that these cells do not remain confined to the astrocyte lineage, but rather can generate a large number of neural precursors as well as their mature neuronal and oligodendrocytic progeny in many regions of the postnatal central nervous system [6].…”
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