Central Topography of Cranial Motor Nuclei Controlled by Differential Cadherin Expression

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Neuronal nuclei are prominent, evolutionarily conserved features of vertebrate central nervous system (CNS) organization. Nuclei are clusters of soma of functionally related neurons and are located in highly stereotyped positions. Establishment of this CNS topography is critical to neural circuit assembly. However, little is known of either the cellular or… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2014.08.067

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@inproceedings{Astick2014CentralTO, title={Central Topography of Cranial Motor Nuclei Controlled by Differential Cadherin Expression}, author={Marc Astick and Kristina C. Tubby and Waleed M. Mubarak and Sarah Guthrie and Stephen R. Price}, booktitle={Current Biology}, year={2014} }