VEGF-induced growth cone enhancement is diminished by inhibiting tyrosine-residue 1214 of VEGFR-2.

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Axonal outgrowth is of paramount significance for establishing the intricate neuronal network both during embryogenesis and nerve regeneration. Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), which is known for its essential role in vascular sprouting and its involvement in cancer, has recently been found to exert a trophic activity on neurons leading to an… (More)
DOI: 10.1159/000334600

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@article{Foehring2012VEGFinducedGC, title={VEGF-induced growth cone enhancement is diminished by inhibiting tyrosine-residue 1214 of VEGFR-2.}, author={Daniel Foehring and Beate E M Brand-Saberi and Carsten Theiss}, journal={Cells, tissues, organs}, year={2012}, volume={196 3}, pages={195-205} }