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Phosphorylation of c-Jun in Avian and Mammalian Motoneurons In Vivo during Programmed Cell Death: An Early Reversible Event in the Apoptotic Cascade
Journal of Neuroscience
c-Jun is a transcription factor that is involved in various cellular events, including apoptotic cell death. For example, phosphorylation of c-Jun is one of the earliest biochemical changes detected in dying sympathetic neurons after NGF deprivation in vitro. However, currently, it is not known whether a similar molecular event is involved in the developmental programmed cell death (PCD) of neurons in vivo. We observed that only a subpopulation of motoneurons (MNs) exhibit c-Jun phosphorylationdoi:10.1523/jneurosci.4970-04.2005 pmid:15944387 pmcid:PMC6724967 fatcat:3w72yuw6tfaariei72424rojqe