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Fig. 6 | BMC Neuroscience

Fig. 6

From: Localization of phosphotyrosine adaptor protein ShcD/SHC4 in the adult rat central nervous system

Fig. 6

Immunoreactivity of ShcD compared with ShcB and ShcC in the rat spinal cord. ShcD is found throughout the spinal cord (A), with prominent staining in axons and cell bodies of neurons in the dorsal (B) and ventral (C) horns. All Shc proteins are detected in ventral motor neurons (DF), though ShcD labeling is weakest in these cells and their surrounding neuropil (D). Immunoreactivity for ShcB (H) and ShcC (I) but not ShcD (G) is seen in ventral motor nerves. Scale bars: A = 1 mm, B, C = 200 μm, DF = 100 μm, GI = 100 μm

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