Control of the migratory pathway of facial branchiomotor neurones.

@article{Garel2000ControlOT,
  title={Control of the migratory pathway of facial branchiomotor neurones.},
  author={Sonia Garel and Mario Garc{\'i}a-Dom{\'i}nguez and Patrick Charnay},
  journal={Development},
  year={2000},
  volume={127 24},
  pages={5297-307}
}
Facial branchiomotor (fbm) neurones undergo a complex migration in the segmented mouse hindbrain. They are born in the basal plate of rhombomere (r) 4, migrate caudally through r5, and then dorsally and radially in r6. To study how migrating cells adapt to their changing environment and control their pathway, we have analysed this stereotyped migration in wild-type and mutant backgrounds. We show that during their migration, fbm neurones regulate the expression of genes encoding the cell… CONTINUE READING

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