Robo1 modulates proliferation and neurogenesis in the developing neocortex.

@article{Yeh2014Robo1MP,
  title={Robo1 modulates proliferation and neurogenesis in the developing neocortex.},
  author={Mason L. Yeh and Yuko Gonda and Mathilda T. M. Mommersteeg and Melissa K Barber and Ath{\'e}na Rebecca Ypsilanti and Carina Hanashima and John G. Parnavelas and William D Andrews},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={34 16},
  pages={
          5717-31
        }
}
The elaborate cytoarchitecture of the mammalian neocortex requires the timely production of its constituent pyramidal neurons and interneurons and their disposition in appropriate layers. Numerous chemotropic factors present in the forebrain throughout cortical development play important roles in the orchestration of these events. The Roundabout (Robo) family of receptors and their ligands, the Slit proteins, are expressed in the developing forebrain, and are known to play important roles in… CONTINUE READING

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