Multiple receptor systems promote CNS neural migration.

@article{Fishman1993MultipleRS,
  title={Multiple receptor systems promote CNS neural migration.},
  author={Renata B Fishman and Mary E Hatten},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={1993},
  volume={13 8},
  pages={3485-95}
}
To identify glial receptor systems in CNS migration, cerebellar granule neuron migration was assayed on glass fibers coated with polylysine, astroglial membranes (AM fibers), or the extracellular matrix proteins collagen (COLL fibers), fibronectin (FN fibers), and laminin (LAM fibers). By video microscopy, granule cells migrated along AM fibers with the cytology, neuron-fiber apposition, and dynamics seen on living glia. The demonstration that immobilized astroglial membranes support neural… CONTINUE READING

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