Glycogen synthase kinase 3beta and the regulation of axon growth.

Abstract

One of the earliest hallmarks that distinguish growing axons from dendrites is their growth rate; axons grow faster than dendrites. In vertebrates, where axons are required to grow for considerable distances, particularly in the peripheral nervous system, a fast axon growth rate is a requisite property. In neurons that respond to the neurotrophin growth… (More)

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