Pattern and specificity of axonal outgrowth following varying degrees of chick limb bud ablation.

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Motoneurons grow into the chick hindlimb via consistent pathways, within which they make specific decisions leading to their correct targets. To determine which axonal guidance features dictate the position of the pathways and to examine the distribution of specific cues, we totally or partially ablated the early hindlimb bud and determined how the… (More)

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@article{Tosney1984PatternAS, title={Pattern and specificity of axonal outgrowth following varying degrees of chick limb bud ablation.}, author={Kathryn W Tosney and Lynn T. Landmesser}, journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience}, year={1984}, volume={4 10}, pages={2518-27} }