Serotonergic neurons migrate radially through the neuroepithelium by dynamin-mediated somal translocation.

@article{Hawthorne2010SerotonergicNM,
  title={Serotonergic neurons migrate radially through the neuroepithelium by dynamin-mediated somal translocation.},
  author={Alicia L. Hawthorne and Christi J Wylie and Lynn T. Landmesser and Evan S Deneris and Jerry Silver},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2010},
  volume={30 2},
  pages={420-30}
}
Embryonic CNS neurons can migrate from the ventricular zone to their final destination by radial glial-guided locomotion. Another less appreciated mechanism is somal translocation, where the young neuron maintains its primitive ventricular and pial processes, through which the cell body moves. A major problem in studying translocation has been the identification of neuronal-specific markers that appear in primitive, radially shaped cells. We used enhanced yellow fluorescent protein under… CONTINUE READING
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