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||Sorrells SF et al., Human hippocampal neurogenesis drops sharply in children to undetectable levels in adults. Nature. 2018 Mar 15 555(7696):377-381. doi: 10.1038/nature25975 p.377 left column bottom paragraphPubMed ID29513649
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||P.377 left column bottom paragraph: "[Investigators] used 59 post-mortem and post-operative samples of the human hippocampus (Supplementary Table 1) to investigate the presence of progenitor cells and young neurons from fetal to adulthood stages." Primary source abstract: "So in the present study, [investigators] aim at immunohistochemically providing more information on neurogenesis in prenatal human hippocampus from 9 weeks to 32 weeks of gestation."
||P.377 left column bottom paragraph: "At 14 gestational weeks, at the peak of proliferation in the fetal dentate gyrus (DG)(primary source), many dividing (Ki-67+) neural progenitors (SOX1+ (ref. 16) and SOX2+ (ref. 17)) were observed in the dentate neuroepithelium (dNE, Fig. 1a, Extended Data Fig. 1a–c and Supplementary Video 1)." Primary source abstract: "[Investigators] found that the ki67-positive cells were always detected in hippocampus from 9 weeks to 32 weeks, with a peak at 9 weeks in cornu ammonis (CA)(BNID 117226) or 14 weeks in dentate gyrus (DG)."