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Experience-dependent structural changes in the developing brain are fundamental for proper neural circuit formation. Here, we show that during the development of the sensory cortex, dendritic field orientation is controlled by the BTB/POZ domain-containing 3 (BTBD3). In developing mouse somatosensory cortex, endogenous Btbd3 translocated to the cell nucleus(More)
Adult murine B cells, in contrast to neonatal B cells, are relatively resistant to in vitro tolerance induction (1-6). It has been suggested that the maturation of B cells from bearing only IgM receptors (~-only cells) to those expressing beth IgM and IgD receptors (/~ + 8-cells) coincides with the development of resistance to in vitro tolerance induction(More)
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