Polarity and intracellular compartmentalization of Drosophila neurons

@article{Rolls2006PolarityAI,
  title={Polarity and intracellular compartmentalization of Drosophila neurons},
  author={Melissa M Rolls and Daisuke Satoh and Peter J. Clyne and Astra L Henner and Tadashi Uemura and Chris Q Doe},
  journal={Neural Development},
  year={2006},
  volume={2},
  pages={7 - 7}
}
BackgroundProper neuronal function depends on forming three primary subcellular compartments: axons, dendrites, and soma. Each compartment has a specialized function (the axon to send information, dendrites to receive information, and the soma is where most cellular components are produced). In mammalian neurons, each primary compartment has distinctive molecular and morphological features, as well as smaller domains, such as the axon initial segment, that have more specialized functions. How… CONTINUE READING
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