Expression of ZAS3 in astrocytes and neurons in the brain cortex. (A) Images of sections of brain cortex stained with AbN (left) and GFAP antibodies (middle). The images were superimposed in the right. Most AbN-IR cells were also stained by GFAP antibodies. Whereas AbN stained the cell bodies and the cylindrical processes, GFAP also stained the more elongated branching processes. An example of a cell stained with both AbN and GFAP antibodies is shown in a circle. (B) and (C) are high magnification of neurons stained with AbN, and AbC, respectively and DAPI. While AbC stained the nucleus, AbN yielded intense cytoplasmic staining.