Extracellular regulators of axonal growth in the adult central nervous system.

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Robust axonal growth is required during development to establish neuronal connectivity. However, stable fibre patterns are necessary to maintain adult mammalian central nervous system (CNS) function. After adult CNS injury, factors that maintain axonal stability limit the recovery of function. Extracellular molecules play an important role in preserving the… (More)

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