Local directional cues control growth polarity of dopaminergic axons along the rostrocaudal axis.

Abstract

The vertebrate CNS is composed of a variety of longitudinal axonal tracts extending rostrally and caudally. Although recent studies have demonstrated that chemoattraction and chemorepulsion play key roles in axon guidance along the circumferential axis in the neural tube of the vertebrate, mechanisms of axonal elongation along the longitudinal axis, and… (More)

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