Hepatocyte Growth Factor/Scatter Factor Is an Axonal Chemoattractant and a Neurotrophic Factor for Spinal Motor Neurons

@article{Ebens1996HepatocyteGF,
  title={Hepatocyte Growth Factor/Scatter Factor Is an Axonal Chemoattractant and a Neurotrophic Factor for Spinal Motor Neurons},
  author={Allen J. Ebens and Katja Brose and E. David Leonardo and M C Hanson and Friedhelm Bladt and Carmen Birchmeier and Barbara A. Barres and Marc Tessier-Lavigne},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={1996},
  volume={17},
  pages={1157-1172}
}
In the embryonic nervous system, developing axons can be guided to their targets by diffusible factors secreted by their intermediate and final cellular targets. To date only one family of chemoattractants for developing axons has been identified. Grafting and ablation experiments in fish, amphibians, and birds have suggested that spinal motor axons are guided to their targets in the limb in part by a succession of chemoattractants made by the sclerotome and by the limb mesenchyme, two… CONTINUE READING
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