Cadherins mediate sequential roles through a hierarchy of mechanisms in the developing mammillary body

@inproceedings{Szab2015CadherinsMS,
  title={Cadherins mediate sequential roles through a hierarchy of mechanisms in the developing mammillary body},
  author={Nora-Em{\"o}ke Szab{\'o} and Roberta Haddad-T{\'o}volli and Xunlei Zhou and Gonzalo {\'A}lvarez-Bolado},
  booktitle={Front. Neuroanat.},
  year={2015}
}
Expression of intricate combinations of cadherins (a family of adhesive membrane proteins) is common in the developing central nervous system. On this basis, a combinatorial cadherin code has long been proposed to underlie neuronal sorting and to be ultimately responsible for the layers, columns and nuclei of the brain. However, experimental proof of this particular function of cadherins has proven difficult to obtain and the question is still not clear. Alternatively, non-specific, non… CONTINUE READING

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