The Eph family: a multitude of receptors that mediate cell recognition signals

@article{Zisch1997TheEF,
  title={The Eph family: a multitude of receptors that mediate cell recognition signals},
  author={Andreas Hugo Zisch and Elena B. Pasquale},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1997},
  volume={290},
  pages={217-226}
}
Abstract. The Eph receptor tyrosine kinases are emerging as molecules that guide the migration of cells and growth cones during embryonic development. Based on their concentration in embryonic regions containing growing neuronal processes, the Eph receptors were suspected early on to have a role in regulating aspects of axon growth. The most distinctive role of the Eph receptors appears to be their ability to mediate cell-cell repulsion through the binding of a ligand on an adjacent cell… CONTINUE READING

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