Molecular chaperones and their roles in neural cell differentiation.

Abstract

During the development of the nervous system, a large number of neurons are eliminated through naturally occurring neuronal death. Many morphological and biochemical properties of such dying neurons are reminiscent not only of apoptosis, a type of death involving the action of genetically programmed events, but also of epigenetic phenomena such as oxidative… (More)

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