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From: Evidence for neuroprotective properties of human umbilical cord blood cells after neuronal hypoxia in vitro

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Phase contrast and fluorescence imaging of fully differentiated SH-SY5Y cells and the development of neuronal markers. Phase contrast image of fully matured SH-SY5Y cells at Day 16 (A) after seeding. Phase-bright neuronal cells (arrow 1) with long dendrites forming a dense neuronal network and cells with large cytoplasm and no axonal extensions (arrow 2). Immunocytofluorescence micrograph of fully differentiated SH-SY5Y cells (Day 16) shows cultures stained positive for the neuronal marker β-tubulin III (FITC, green) and nuclei (DAPI, blue) represented in B. Time course of detection of neuronal markers (β-tubulin III, taurin, NSE, NF-H/M and Map2a/b) on SH-SY5Y cells during the differentiation period at Day 0, 4, 7, 16 and 21 (C).

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