Miguel Valdeolmillos3
Francisco J Martini1
Guillermina López Bendito1
Manuel Valiente1
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Current models of chemotaxis during neuronal migration and axon guidance propose that directional sensing relies on growth cone dynamics. According to this view, migrating neurons and growing axons are guided to their correct targets by steering the growth cone in response to attractive and repulsive cues. Here, we have performed a detailed analysis of the(More)
This work introduces a particular implementation of the X.509 Attribute Certificate framework (Xac), presented in the ITU-T Recommendation. The implementation is based on the use of the Openssl library, that we have chosen for its advantages in comparison with other libraries. The paper also describes how the implementation is middleware-oriented, focusing(More)
The special conformation of the developing nervous system, in which progenitor zones are largely confined to the lumen of the neural tube, places neuronal migration as one of the most fundamental processes in brain development. Previous studies have shown that different neuronal types adopt distinct morphological modes of migration in the developing brain,(More)
Cortical interneurons originate from the ganglionic eminences and reach their final position in the cortex via tangential migratory routes. The mechanisms of this migration are poorly understood. Here we have performed confocal time-lapse analysis of cell movement in the intermediate zone of embryonic mouse cortical slices in order to directly visualize(More)
Drosophila melanogaster is a key model system that has greatly contributed to the advance of developmental biology through its extensive and sophisticated genetics. Nevertheless, only a few in vitro approaches are available in Drosophila to complement genetic studies in order to better elucidate developmental mechanisms at the cellular and molecular level.(More)
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