P. H. Spencer

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Regenerating axon tips in transected lamprey spinal cord contain dense accumulations of neurofilaments (NFs), suggesting that NFs may play a role in the mechanism of axonal regeneration. Compared with heteropolymeric assemblies of NF triplet proteins in mammals, NF in lampreys has been thought to contain only a single subunit (NF180). This would imply that(More)
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