Supplementary Materials

Extensive migration of young neurons into the infant human frontal lobe

Mercedes F. Paredes, David James, Sara Gil-Perotin, Hosung Kim, Jennifer A. Cotter, Carissa Ng, Kadellyn Sandoval, David H. Rowitch, Duan Xu, Patrick S. McQuillen, Jose-Manuel Garcia-Verdugo, Eric J. Huang, Arturo Alvarez-Buylla

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  • Tables S1 to S4
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Movie S1
3D rendering of DCX+ cells (green) in Arc strip ensheathed by GFAP+ fibers (pink) at 1.5 months.
Movie S2
Time-lapse imaging showing a migrating neuron in a sagittal cortical slice from a brain at birth. Area imaged is developing white matter of cingulate. Note cell (*) is traveling in anterio-dorsal direction. Movie spans 18 hours.
Movie S3
Time-lapse imaging showing a migrating neuron in a coronal cortical slice from a brain at birth. Area imaged is at the dorsolateral edge of the lateral ventricle, within the Arc region. Movie shows a migrating neuron (*) leaving the dense cell collection. Movie spans 24 hours.
Movie S4
Time-lapse imaging showing migrating neuron in a coronal cortical slice from a brain at birth. Area imaged is at the dorsolateral edge of the lateral ventricle, within the Arc region. Movie shows
Movie S5
Schematic animation of three-dimensional rendering of postnatally migrating neurons in the infant brain. Arc-orange, SVZ and RMS-magenta, MMS-green.