Pattern Formation in the Developing Nervous System: Special Topic Issue: Developmental Neuroscience 2000, Vol. 22, No. 3 (Paperback)E. M. Carpenter (editor)
Paperback 74 Pages / Published: 12/07/2000
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This special issue features a collection of papers examining multiple aspects of central and peripheral nervous system development. They address molecular, genetic, and cellular aspects of central and peripheral nervous system organization and regional development. These papers highlight recent work from laboratories and investigators using vertebrate models to study processes affecting the early development of the nervous system. Several areas of the nervous system, such as the developing eye and spinal cord are used as models for examining molecular and cellular events contributing to neural development. Additional studies address genetic aspects of central nervous system development and identify novel genes implicated in CNS patterning. These papers present a diversity of approaches and model systems while retaining a central focus on the early events required to shape the nervous system. Researchers and instructors in developmental biology and developmental neuroscience will profit most from this publication.
Publisher: S Karger AG
Number of pages: 74
Weight: 260 g
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