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NeuN has since been widely used as a marker for many mature neuronal cell types. In 2009, Kim et al. (PMID 19713214) identified the protein responsible for NeuN's specificity, Fox-3. NeuN is predominantly expressed in neuronal nuclei, but also can be seen in the cytoplasm. NeuN antibodies are often used as neuronal markers.
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|RBFOX3: Binding RNA, like a FOX
NeuN is a RNA-binding protein that modulates alternative splicing and is localized both to the nucleus and cytoplasm. It is a member of the RNA-binding FOX (RBFOX) family of splicing regulators which includes RBFOX1 (Fox-1/A2BP1) and RBFOX2 (Fox-2/RBM... Read more.