Retinotectal Mapping without EphA Receptors


Autoimmune disease is accompanied by T-cell invasion of the CNS, a realm from which they are normally banned. But while we generally think of oligodendrocytes as the primary victims in demyelinating autoimmune disorders such as multiple sclerosis (MS), Nitsch et al. show this week that neurons themselves are under attack from T cells as well. The authors… (More)


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@inproceedings{Nitsch2004RetinotectalMW, title={Retinotectal Mapping without EphA Receptors}, author={Robert Nitsch and Elena E. Pohl and Alina Smorodchenko and Carmen Infante and O Cenk Aktas and Frauke Zipp and David A Feldheim and Masaru Nakamoto and Miriam Osterfield and Nicholas W. Gale and Thomas M Dechiara and Rajat Rohatgi and George D. Yancopoulos and Mar{\'i}a A. Pastor and Brian L. Day and Emiliano Macaluso and Karl J. Friston and Richard S. Frackowiak}, year={2004} }