Nidogen and nidogen-associated basement membrane proteins and neuronal plasticity.

Abstract

Extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins are thought to subserve structural functions as, for example, tissue barriers as well as guidance structures during cell growth, differentiation and tissue repair. Deletion of basement membrane (BM) components results in malformations of different organs, including the brain. Recent data, however, suggest that… (More)

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@article{Khling2006NidogenAN, title={Nidogen and nidogen-associated basement membrane proteins and neuronal plasticity.}, author={R{\"u}diger K{\"o}hling and Roswitha Nischt and Anju Vasudevan and Matthew Ho and Marco Weiergr{\"a}ber and Toni Schneider and Neil Smyth}, journal={Neuro-degenerative diseases}, year={2006}, volume={3 1-2}, pages={56-61} }