Supplementary Material for: Aggregates of cAMP-Dependent Kinase Isoforms Characterize Different Areas in the Developing Central Nervous System of the Chicken, Gallus gallus

C. Mucignat-Caretta & A. Caretta
The intracellular second messenger adenosine 3′,5′-cyclic monophosphate (cAMP) acts mainly through cAMP-dependent protein kinases (PKA). In mammals and reptiles, the PKA regulatory isoforms (RI and RII) are differentially distributed among the various brain areas and cell types, according to the age of the animal. Since PKA distribution may be an additional marker for homologous areas, PKA regulatory subunit types RI and RII were examined in the chicken brain, a species not yet investigated. Chicken brains...
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