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© Serge Bonnefoy et Monica Diez Silva
Révélation par immunofluorescence de la présence de la protéine Pf155/RESA dans les globules rouges infectés par Plasmodium falciparum.
Publication : Pigment cell & melanoma research

Pax3( GFP ) , a new reporter for the melanocyte lineage, highlights novel aspects of PAX3 expression in the skin

Scientific Fields
Diseases
Organisms
Applications
Technique

Published in Pigment cell & melanoma research - 12 Jul 2012

Djian-Zaouche J, Campagne C, Reyes-Gomez E, Gadin-Czerw S, Bernex F, Louise A, Relaix F, Buckingham M, Panthier JJ, Aubin-Houzelstein G

Link to Pubmed [PMID] – 22621661

Pigment Cell Melanoma Res 2012 Sep;25(5):545-54

The paired box gene 3 (Pax3) is expressed during pigment cell development. We tested whether the targeted allele Pax3(GFP) can be used as a reporter gene for pigment cells in the mouse. We found that enhanced green fluorescent protein (GFP) can be seen readily in every melanoblast and melanocyte in the epidermis and hair follicles of Pax3(GFP/+) heterozygotes. The GFP was detected at all differentiation stages, including melanocyte stem cells. In the dermis, Schwann cells and nestin-positive cells of the piloneural collars resembling the nestin-positive hair follicle multipotent stem cells exhibited a weaker GFP signal. Pigment cells could be purified by fluorescent activated cell sorting and grown in vitro without feeder cells, giving pure cultures of melanocytes. The Schwann cells and nestin-positive cells of the piloneural collars were FACS-isolated based on their weak expression of GFP. Thus Pax3(GFP) can discriminate distinct populations of cells in the skin.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22621661