Loss of Suppressor of Fused in Mid-Corticogenesis Leads to the Expansion of Intermediate Progenitors
AbstractNeural progenitors in the embryonic neocortex must be tightly regulated in order to generate the correct number and projection neuron subtypes necessary for the formation of functional neocortical circuits. In this study, we show that the intracellular protein Suppressor of Fused (Sufu) regulates the proliferation of intermediate progenitor (IP) cells at later stages of corticogenesis to affect the number of Cux1+ upper layer neurons in the postnatal neocortex. This correlates with abnormal levels of the repressor form of Gli3 (Gli3R) and the ectopic expression of Patched 1 (Ptch1), a Sonic Hedgehog (Shh) target gene. These studies reveal that the canonical role of Sufu as an inhibitor of Shh signaling is conserved at later stages of corticogenesis and that Sufu plays a crucial role in regulating neuronal number by controlling the cell cycle dynamics of IP cells in the embryonic neocortex. View Full-Text
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Yabut, O.R.; Ng, H.X.; Fernandez, G.; Yoon, K.; Kuhn, J.; Pleasure, S.J. Loss of Suppressor of Fused in Mid-Corticogenesis Leads to the Expansion of Intermediate Progenitors. J. Dev. Biol. 2016, 4, 29.
Yabut OR, Ng HX, Fernandez G, Yoon K, Kuhn J, Pleasure SJ. Loss of Suppressor of Fused in Mid-Corticogenesis Leads to the Expansion of Intermediate Progenitors. Journal of Developmental Biology. 2016; 4(4):29.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yabut, Odessa R.; Ng, Hui X.; Fernandez, Gloria; Yoon, Keejung; Kuhn, Jeremy; Pleasure, Samuel J. 2016. "Loss of Suppressor of Fused in Mid-Corticogenesis Leads to the Expansion of Intermediate Progenitors." J. Dev. Biol. 4, no. 4: 29.
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