Neurodazine (937807-66-4) was able to induce neurogenesis of non-pluripotent myoblasts and cells derived from mature, human skeletal muscle (using 2 μM neurodazine). It was able to upregulate genes involved in neurogenesis (particularly B-cell translocation gene 2) without affecting those involved in myogenesis.
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