EphB4 is developmentally and differentially regulated in blood vessels throughout the forebrain neurogenic niche in the mouse brain: Implications for vascular remodeling

@article{ColnCasteln2011EphB4ID,
  title={EphB4 is developmentally and differentially regulated in blood vessels throughout the forebrain neurogenic niche in the mouse brain: Implications for vascular remodeling},
  author={Dannia Col{\'i}n-Castel{\'a}n and Bryan V{\'i}ctor Phillips-Farf{\'a}n and Gabriel Guti{\'e}rrez-Ospina and Alma Lilia Fuentes-Far{\'i}as and Esperanza Mel{\'e}ndez-Herrera},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={1383},
  pages={90-98}
}
Neurogenesis is a process influenced by environmental cues that create highly specific functional niches. Recently, the role of blood vessels in the maintenance and functioning of neurogenic niches during development and in adult life has been hallmarked. In addition to their trophic support for the highly demanding neurogenic process, blood vessels regulate neuroblast differentiation and migration and define functional domains. Since neurogenesis along the forebrain neurogenic niche (FNN) is a… CONTINUE READING
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