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May 27, 2011

Volume 286Issue 21p18345-19178, e99939-e99941, le7-le10
Open Access
On The Cover: The cover shows murine astrocytes derived directly from neural stem cells. During this process of differentiation, the astrocytic marker GFAP (glial fibrillary acidic protein, green) is significantly expressed, whereas the new stemness marker mSEL-1L is rapidly silenced. For details see the article by Cardano et al., pages 18708–18719....
On The Cover: The cover shows murine astrocytes derived directly from neural stem cells. During this process of differentiation, the astrocytic marker GFAP (glial fibrillary acidic protein, green) is significantly expressed, whereas the new stemness marker mSEL-1L is rapidly silenced. For details see the article by Cardano et al., pages 18708–18719.

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