M T Lagrange

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Directed neuronal migration contributes to the formation of many developing systems, but the molecular mechanisms that control the migratory process are still poorly understood. We have examined the role of heterotrimeric G proteins (guanyl nucleotide binding proteins) in regulating the migratory behavior of embryonic neurons in the enteric nervous system(More)
The heterotrimeric G proteins are an extended family of guanyl nucleotide-binding proteins that serve essential functions in the mature nervous system but whose contributions to neuronal development remain poorly understood. We have investigated the potential role of one specific G protein, Go(alpha), in the control of neuronal migration. During(More)
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