Dlx-Dependent and -Independent Regulation of Olfactory Bulb Interneuron Differentiation

@article{Long2007DlxDependentA,
  title={Dlx-Dependent and -Independent Regulation of Olfactory Bulb Interneuron Differentiation},
  author={Jason E. Long and Sonia Garel and Manuel {\'A}lvarez-Dolado and Kazuaki Yoshikawa and Noriko Osumi and Arturo {\'A}lvarez-Buylla and John L. R. Rubenstein},
  journal={The Journal of Neuroscience},
  year={2007},
  volume={27},
  pages={3230 - 3243}
}
Olfactory bulb interneuron development is a complex multistep process that involves cell specification in the ventral telencephalon, tangential migration into the olfactory bulb, and local neuronal maturation. Although several transcription factors have been implicated in this process, how or when they act remains to be elucidated. Here we explore the mechanisms that result in olfactory bulb interneuron defects in Dlx1&2−/− (distal-less homeobox 1 and 2) and Mash1−/− (mammalian achaete-schute… Expand
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