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July 06, 2007

Volume 282Issue 27p19273-20044
Open Access
On The Cover: Picture shows formation of multiple axons in a cultured rat hippocampal neuron induced by suppression of singar expression. After the transfection with an siRNA against singar, neurons were cultured for 4 days. The neuron was triple-stained by an axon-specific marker tau1 antibody (red), rhodamine phalloidin, which stains actin filaments (green), and 5-chloromethylfluorescein diacetate, which stains the cytoplasm (blue). For details see the article by Mori et al., pages 19884–19893....
On The Cover: Picture shows formation of multiple axons in a cultured rat hippocampal neuron induced by suppression of singar expression. After the transfection with an siRNA against singar, neurons were cultured for 4 days. The neuron was triple-stained by an axon-specific marker tau1 antibody (red), rhodamine phalloidin, which stains actin filaments (green), and 5-chloromethylfluorescein diacetate, which stains the cytoplasm (blue). For details see the article by Mori et al., pages 19884–19893.
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    Published online: July 06, 2007
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