A collection of cortical crescents: Asymmetric protein localization in CNS precursor cells

@article{Doe1995ACO,
  title={A collection of cortical crescents: Asymmetric protein localization in CNS precursor cells},
  author={Chris Q Doe and Eric P. Spana},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={1995},
  volume={15},
  pages={991-995}
}
The central question of developmental biology is how one cell divides to produce two different daughter cells. Nowhere is this issue more relevant than in the central nervous system (CNS), where a small number of precursors gives rise to an immense number of phenotypically distinct neurons and gila. In insects, CNS precursors (called neuroblasts) divide… CONTINUE READING