Making a difference together: reciprocal interactions in C. elegans and zebrafish asymmetric neural development.

@article{Taylor2010MakingAD,
  title={Making a difference together: reciprocal interactions in C. elegans and zebrafish asymmetric neural development.},
  author={Robert W Taylor and Yi-Wen Hsieh and Joshua T. Gamse and Chiou-Fen Chuang},
  journal={Development},
  year={2010},
  volume={137 5},
  pages={681-91}
}
Brain asymmetries are thought to increase neural processing capacity and to prevent interhemispheric conflict. In order to develop asymmetrically, neurons must be specified along the left-right axis, assigned left-side versus right-side identities and differentiate appropriately. In C. elegans and zebrafish, the cellular and molecular mechanisms that lead to neural asymmetries have recently come to light. Here, we consider recent insights into the mechanisms involved in asymmetrical neural… CONTINUE READING
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