Transient cell–cell interactions in neural circuit formation

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The wiring of the nervous system requires a complex orchestration of developmental events. Emerging evidence suggests that transient cell–cell interactions often serve as positional cues for axon guidance and synaptogenesis during the assembly of neural circuits. In contrast to the relatively stable cellular interactions between synaptic partners in mature… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nrn2594

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@article{Chao2009TransientCI, title={Transient cell–cell interactions in neural circuit formation}, author={Daniel Chao and Le Ma and Kang Shen}, journal={Nature Reviews Neuroscience}, year={2009}, volume={10}, pages={262-271} }