Increased tubulin messenger RNA in the goldfish retina during optic nerve regeneration.

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Axotomy induces profound morphological changes in the neuronal cell body 2,a,1°. Neurons whose axons lie within the central nervous system of higher vertebrates (intrinsic neurons) show little or no functional regenerative capability 4,8. However, many mammalian neurons whose axons lie outside the CNS, e.g., sensory and motor neuronsS, 15 and some intrinsic… (More)

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@article{Burrell1979IncreasedTM, title={Increased tubulin messenger RNA in the goldfish retina during optic nerve regeneration.}, author={H R Burrell and Anne M. Heacock and Ruth S. Van de Water and Bernard W. Agranoff}, journal={Brain research}, year={1979}, volume={168 3}, pages={628-32} }