Jane E. Bottenstein

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University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX 
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Neuroscience Biology
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Edwards JM, Bottenstein JE. (2006) Neuregulin 1 growth factors regulate proliferation but not apoptosis of a CNS neuronal progenitor cell line. Brain Research. 1108: 63-75
Yoo S, Bottenstein JE, Bittner GD, et al. (2004) Survival of mammalian B104 cells following neurite transection at different locations depends on somal Ca2+ concentration. Journal of Neurobiology. 60: 137-53
Akalal DB, Bottenstein JE, Lee SH, et al. (2003) Aplysia mollusk-derived growth factor is a mitogen with adenosine deaminase activity and is expressed in the developing central nervous system. Brain Research. Molecular Brain Research. 117: 228-36
Zompa EA, Moyer MP, Cain LD, et al. (1998) A rapid and sensitive method for detecting human cells in xenogeneic hosts. Transplantation. 66: 928-31
Hunter SF, Bottenstein JE. (1991) O-2A glial progenitors from mature brain respond to CNS neuronal cell line-derived growth factors Journal of Neuroscience Research. 28: 574-582
Hunter SF, Bottenstein JE. (1990) Growth factor responses of enriched bipotential glial progenitors Developmental Brain Research. 54: 235-248
Hunter SF, Bottenstein JE. (1989) Bipotential glial progenitors are targets of neuronal cell line-derived growth factors Developmental Brain Research. 49: 33-49
Bottenstein JE. (1988) Advances in vertebrate cell culture methods Science. 239
Norton WT, Farooq M, Chiu FC, et al. (1988) Pure astrocyte cultures derived from cells isolated from mature brain. Glia. 1: 403-14
Bottenstein JE, Hunter SF, Seidel M. (1988) CNS neuronal cell line-derived factors regulate gliogenesis in neonatal rat brain cultures Journal of Neuroscience Research. 20: 291-303
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