Catenin-dependent cadherin function drives divisional segregation of spinal motor neurons.

@article{Bello2012CatenindependentCF,
  title={Catenin-dependent cadherin function drives divisional segregation of spinal motor neurons.},
  author={Sanusi M Bello and Hadas Millo and Manisha Rajebhosale and Stephen R. Price},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2012},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={490-505}
}
Motor neurons that control limb movements are organized as a neuronal nucleus in the developing ventral horn of the spinal cord called the lateral motor column. Neuronal migration segregates motor neurons into distinct lateral and medial divisions within the lateral motor column that project axons to dorsal or ventral limb targets, respectively. This migratory phase is followed by an aggregation phase whereby motor neurons within a division that project to the same muscle cluster together… CONTINUE READING
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