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Cellular and Molecular Control of Neuronal Migration

Nguyen, Laurent, Hippenmeyer, Simon (Eds.)

2014, X, 186 p. 44 illus., 42 illus. in color.

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  • Contains numerous illustrations that help the reader to understand concepts
  • Contains supplementary material including movies as well as all figures in PowerPoint format useful for teaching
  • Is the most comprehensive publication in the field of neuron migration and neurobiology in general

Cellular and Molecular Control of Neuronal Migration provides an up-to-date collection of reviews on the molecular and cellular principles of neuronal migration in the mammalian brain. Over the last decades a rich catalogue of signaling molecules controlling neuronal migration has been compiled, and within this book an international panel of experts provides up-to-date discussions of the state of knowledge how these distinct signaling pathways regulate various aspects of neuronal migration. This book introduces the reader to the latest discoveries and concepts of neuronal migration enabled through the application of most sophisticated methods and cutting edge experimental approaches.
Cellular and Molecular Control of Neuronal Migration also provides an update on the underlying cellular and molecular basis of neurodevelopmental migration disorders in human patients for all interested neuroscientists and clinicians.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » adult neurogenesis - cytoskeleton - nervous system - neuron migration - transcription factor

Related subjects » Cell Biology - Evolutionary & Developmental Biology - Internal Medicine - Life Sciences - Neuroscience

Table of contents 

Preface

1 Molecular Pathways Controlling the Sequential Steps of Cortical Neuron Migration
Simon Hippenmeyer 

2 The Dynamics of Neuronal Migration
Qian Wu, Jing Liu, Ye Bai, Fang Ai, Rui Li, Arnold R. Kriegstein, and Xiaoqun Wang 

3 The Impact of JNK on Neuronal Migration
Justyna Zdrojewska and Eleanor T. Coffey 

4 Novel Functions of Core Cell Cycle Regulators in Neuronal Migration
Juliette D. Godin and Laurent Nguyen

5 Microtubules and Neurodevelopmental Disease: The Movers and the Makers
Martin Breuss and David A. Keays 

6 Mark/Par-1 Marking the Polarity of Migrating Neurons            Orly Reiner and Tamar Sapir

7 The PAR Polarity Complex and Cerebellar Granule Neuron Migration
Joseph S. Ramahi and David J. Solecki

8 Spinal Motor Neuron Migration and the Significance of Topographic Organization in the Nervous System
Artur Kania 

9 Extracellular Signals Controlling Neuroblast Migration in the Postnatal Brain
Giovanna Lalli

 

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