A long, remarkable journey: Tangential migration in the telencephalon

@article{Marn2001ALR,
  title={A long, remarkable journey: Tangential migration in the telencephalon},
  author={O. Mar{\'i}n and J. Rubenstein},
  journal={Nature Reviews Neuroscience},
  year={2001},
  volume={2},
  pages={780-790}
}
Recent studies on the origin of cell populations in rodent and chicken embryonic brains provide evidence for extensive tangential migration within the developing telencephalon. On the basis of these findings, a new concept of corticogenesis has emerged, which proposes that two distinct neuronal populations cooperate in the formation of the cortex. One population consists of radially migrating neurons that originate in the ventricular zone of the pallium (cortex) and give rise to the… Expand
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