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Figure 8 | BMC Molecular Biology

Figure 8

From: Characterization of the transcripts and protein isoforms for cytoplasmic polyadenylation element binding protein-3 (CPEB3) in the mouse retina

Figure 8

The presence of CPEB3 in P60 mouse retina. We used double-immunofluorescence labeling with antibodies to CPEB3 and Map1a. Map1a has been demonstrated as a marker for retinal ganglion cells. Most cells in the RGC layer were double-labeled with CPEB3 and Map1a antibodies (arrows), suggesting that they are retinal ganglion cells. The INL was also labeled with CPEB3 antibody, with the innermost cells more intensely labeled. Both the IPL and the OPL were labeled with CPEB3 antibody. The Map1a containing structures (arrowhead) in the OPL were non-specific since they also appeared in no primary control. The scale bar represented 50 μm.

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