Wild-type microglia do not reverse pathology in mouse models of Rett syndrome

Jieqi Wang, Jan Eike Wegener, Teng Wei Huang, Smitha Sripathy, Hector De Jesus-Cortes, Pin Xu, Stephanie Tran, Whitney Knobbe, Vid Leko, Jeremiah Britt, Ruth Starwalt, Latisha McDaniel, Chris S. Ward, Diana Parra, Benjamin Newcomb, Uyen Lao, Cynthia Nourigat, David A. Flowers, Sean Cullen, Nikolas L. JorstadYue Yang, Lena Glaskova, Sebastian Vigneau, Julia Kozlitina, Michael J. Yetman, Joanna L. Jankowsky, Sybille D. Reichardt, Holger M. Reichardt, Jutta Gärtner, Marisa S. Bartolomei, Min Fang, Keith Loeb, C. Dirk Keene, Irwin Bernstein, Margaret Goodell, Daniel J. Brat, Peter Huppke, Jeffrey L. Neul, Antonio Bedalov, Andrew A. Pieper

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Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)E1-E4
JournalNature
Volume521
Issue number7552
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StatePublished - May 20 2015

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Wang, J., Wegener, J. E., Huang, T. W., Sripathy, S., De Jesus-Cortes, H., Xu, P., Tran, S., Knobbe, W., Leko, V., Britt, J., Starwalt, R., McDaniel, L., Ward, C. S., Parra, D., Newcomb, B., Lao, U., Nourigat, C., Flowers, D. A., Cullen, S., ... Pieper, A. A. (2015). Wild-type microglia do not reverse pathology in mouse models of Rett syndrome. Nature, 521(7552), E1-E4. https://doi.org/10.1038/nature14444