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Niche-derived laminin-511 promotes midbrain dopaminergic neuron survival and differentiation through YAP

Dawei Zhang, Shanzheng Yang, Enrique M. Toledo, Daniel Gyllborg, Carmen Saltó, J. Carlos Villaescusa, Ernest Arenas*

*Corresponding author. Email: ernest.arenas{at}ki.se

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  • Fig. S1. Expression and function of laminins in the developing mouse brain.
  • Fig. S2. Expression of YAP target genes and integrins in ventral midbrain tissue and cell lines.
  • Fig. S3. Analysis of the YAP–miR-130a–PTEN pathway in ventral midbrain tissue and cell lines.
  • Fig. S4. Effects of the LM511-YAP pathway on human NES cells differentiated into mDA neurons.
  • Table S1. Antibodies.
  • Table S2. qRT-PCR primers.
  • Table S3. Oligonucleotides and cloning primers.

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Citation: D. Zhang, S. Yang, E. M. Toledo, D. Gyllborg, C. Saltó, J. Carlos Villaescusa, E. Arenas, Niche-derived laminin-511 promotes midbrain dopaminergic neuron survival and differentiation through YAP. Sci. Signal. 10, eaal4165 (2017).

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