mRNA Localization in Neurons: A Multipurpose Mechanism?

@article{Steward1997mRNALI,
  title={mRNA Localization in Neurons: A Multipurpose Mechanism?},
  author={Oswald Steward},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={1997},
  volume={18},
  pages={9-12}
}
drites while the mRNAs for other subunits are restricted There is increasing evidence that an important aspect to the cell body. Forexample, themRNA for the a subunit of gene expression in neurons involves the targeting of of CAMII kinase is present in dendrites at quite high certain mRNAs to particular subcellular domains. Differlevels while the b subunit is restricted to the cell body ential subcellular localization of mRNA is thought to region; similarly, the mRNA for the a subunit of the… CONTINUE READING
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