*  NF-κB signalling regulates the growth of neural processes in the developing PNS and CNS | Development
Analysis of pyramidal dendrites. Layer II/III pyramidal neurons of the somatosensory cortex were studied with an Axioplan Zeiss ... Miller, F. D. and Kaplan, D. R. (2003). Signaling mechanisms underlying dendrite formation. Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. 13,391 -398. ... Both super-repressor IκB-α and κB decoy DNA each caused highly significant reductions in the overall dendrite length, total ... In this case, concentric, digitally generated rings, 15 μm apart were centred on the cell soma, and the dendrites intersecting ...
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*  Table of Contents | Development
Four specific Ig domains in UNC-52/Perlecan function with NID-1/Nidogen during dendrite morphogenesis in Caenorhabditis elegans ...
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*  PlexinA4 is necessary as a downstream target of Islet2 to mediate Slit signaling for promotion of sensory axon branching |...
Soluble guanylate cyclase is asymmetrically localized to the dendrites, causing higher concentration of cGMP in dendrites than ... Polleux, F., Morrow, T. and Ghosh, A. (2000). Semaphorin 3A is a chemoattractant for cortical apical dendrites. Nature 404,567 ... Colocalization of the signaling cascades mediated by Slit and class III semaphorins is also observed in the dendrites of the ... and may be important for promoting the branching of either axons or dendrites in response to Slit, as opposed to the growth ...
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*  Semaphorin 3d guides laterality of retinal ganglion cell projections in zebrafish | Development
Polleux, F., Morrow, T. and Ghosh, A. (2000). Semaphorin 3A is a chemoattractant for cortical apical dendrites. Nature 404,567 ...
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*  The level of sonic hedgehog signaling regulates the complexity of cerebellar foliation | Development
As each PC dendrite normally contacts tens of thousands of parallel fibers of GCs in the molecular layer (Ito, 1984), and ... Lordkipanidze, T. and Dunaevsky, A. (2005). Purkinje cell dendrites grow in alignment with Bergmann glia. Glia 51,229 -234. ... As Bergmann glial fibers are known to enwrap synapses on PC dendrites (Yamada et al., 2000), the Bergmann glial phenotype could ... Furthermore, the decreased number of differentiated GCs could account for the abnormal PC dendrite morphology in Gli2 cko ...
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*  Control of cortical interneuron migration by neurotrophins and PI3-kinase signaling | Development
Polleux, F., Morrow, T. and Ghosh, A. (2000). Semaphorin 3A is a chemoattractant for cortical apical dendrites. Nature 404, 567 ... 4C) and cortical neuron apical dendrites within the CP (Fig. 4D), but the spatial relationship between the migrating cells and ... This GE-GFP neuron makes contacts with cortical apical dendrites, revealed by MAP2 immunofluorescence (red). The insets ... indicate the location of a close contact between an apical dendrite and the leading process of the GFP+ cell shown in D. Scale ...
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*  Short Stop provides an essential link between F-actin and microtubules during axon extension | Development
The dendrites shown are those of the lateral chordotonal cluster. ISN and SNa axons are indicated. Similar levels of expression ... Shot protein is present in axons and dendrites in vivo (Lee et al., 2000), but whether Shot is also present in growth cones has ... U) Shot L(A)-GFP labels dendrites (den) and axon bundles (ISN, SNa) when expressed in neurons in a Drosophila embryo. ... During development, neurons make specific connections with other cells via axons and dendrites. Growth cones, the tips of ...
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*  Lighting up mRNA localization in Drosophila oogenesis | Development
Brechbiel, J. L. and Gavis, E. R. (2008). Spatial regulation of nanos is required for its function in dendrite morphogenesis. ...
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*  A radial axis defined by semaphorin-to-neuropilin signaling controls pancreatic islet morphogenesis | Development
2011). Semaphorin3A regulates neuronal polarization by suppressing axon formation and promoting dendrite growth. Neuron 71, 433 ...
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*  Ccm3, a gene associated with cerebral cavernous malformations, is required for neuronal migration | Development
... thick apical dendrite extending toward the pia and multiple smaller dendrites arising from the soma, whereas neuronal ... 5Q-V and not shown). Finally, SMI32 and MAP2 staining revealed abnormal dendrites in NEX/Ccm3 cKO neocortex (not shown). ... They also suggest that CCM3 function is required for dendrite formation and that its loss disrupts the actin and microtubule ... cKO neurons (N) develop multiple shorter dendrites when compared with controls (M). See also supplementary material Fig. S8G. ( ...
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*  Calm1 signaling pathway is essential for the migration of mouse precerebellar neurons | Development
2008). Dynamic interaction between P-bodies and transport ribonucleoprotein particles in dendrites of mature hippocampal ...
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*  Coordinate control of terminal dendrite patterning and dynamics by the membrane protein Raw | Development
... that regulate dendrite-dendrite repulsion and terminal dendrite adhesion: turtle (tutl), which regulates dendrite-dendrite ... partially suppressed the raw mutant dendrite-dendrite crossing defect (Fig. 6J). Thus, the raw mutant dendrite-dendrite ... terminal dendrites often grew in proximity to primary dendrites, rather than growing away from them. Fourth, dendrite-dendrite ... I) Dendrite-dendrite crossing, normalized to total dendrite length. Error bars indicate s.d.; ns, not significant; **P,0.01 ...
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*  Microtubule-based localization of a synaptic calcium-signaling complex is required for left-right neuronal asymmetry in C....
Unlike synaptic vesicles, dense core vesicles and UNC-6/netrin [which were shown to accumulate in the cell body and dendrites ... TIR-1 was not detected in the AWC cell body or dendrites in unc-104 mutants. These results suggest that unc-104 may be required ...
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*  Lineage-dependent circuit assembly in the neocortex | Development
1972). A study of the organization of apical dendrites in the somatic sensory cortex of the rat. J. Comp. Neurol. 144, 253-268 ... In the mature neocortex, L1 mainly contains distal tufts of pyramidal cell apical dendrites, axon terminations, Cajal-Retzius ... which mainly comprise closely associated apical dendrites of pyramidal cells whose cell bodies are located in different layers ...
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*  Interaction between EGFR signaling and DE-cadherin during nervous system morphogenesis | Development
Cells of Bolwig's organ stay in contact with the optic lobe and remain epithelial, instead of developing dendrites and axons. ...
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*  Structural basis of the functional development of the retina in the cichlid Tilapia leucosticta (teleostei) | Development
Neurites and dendrites appear in the ganglion cells on day 3, in the intermediate neuron layer not before day 4. The horizontal ... dendrites, synapses, receptor outer and inner segments). In the last phase from day 9 to day 12 these special structures attain ...
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*  Functional diversity and mechanisms of action of the semaphorins | Development
... mice exhibit defects in the elaboration of basal dendrites in the cortex, whilst apical dendrites appear normal. Similar ... It is apparent that semaphorins also regulate synaptogenesis, dendrite morphogenesis, and the removal (pruning) of excess axons ... Thus, Sema3A appears to control cortical neuronal morphogenesis, regulating appropriate basal dendrite development, whereas ... where it acts as a receptor and instructs the targeting of the dendrites of olfactory projection neuron (PNs) (Komiyama et al ...
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*  Bcl11a is required for neuronal morphogenesis and sensory circuit formation in dorsal spinal cord development | Development
Connectivity relies on the presence of dendrites in postsynaptic neurons and on the cues that allow navigation of the axons of ... 2009). Bcl11A/CTIP1 regulates expression of DCC and MAP1b in control of axon branching and dendrite outgrowth. Mol. Cell. ... in cultured rat hippocampal neurons results in enhanced axonal branching and dendrite outgrowth, an effect that was proposed to ...
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*  Neuronal LRP4 regulates synapse formation in the developing CNS | Development
Accordingly, overexpression of LRP4 in cultured neurons had the opposite effect inducing more but shorter primary dendrites ... and that downregulation of LRP4 in these neurons causes a reduction in density of synapses and number of primary dendrites. ... knockdown of LRP4 by in utero electroporation of LRP4 miRNA in vivo also resulted in neurons with fewer primary dendrites and a ...
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*  BMP and Delta/Notch signaling control the development of amphioxus epidermal sensory neurons: insights into the evolution of...
... these cells do not form synapses and do not possess dendrites and axons (Richards et al., 2008). Although cnidarians typically ...
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*  Combinatorial cell-specific regulation of GSK3 directs cell differentiation and polarity in Dictyostelium | Development
... and maintain neuronal specification by altering microtubule assembly that can polarize the formation of axons and dendrites ( ...
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*  Brg1 coordinates multiple processes during retinogenesis and is a tumor suppressor in retinoblastoma | Development
Nectin-dependent localization of ZO-1 at puncta adhaerentia junctions between the mossy fiber terminals and the dendrites of ...
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*  Coup-TF1 and Coup-TF2 control subtype and laminar identity of MGE-derived neocortical interneurons | Development
... regular-spiking interneurons target pyramidal neuron dendrites, where they are crucial for sharpening stimuli intensity (Sohal ...
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*  Prospero distinguishes sibling cell fate without asymmetric localization in the Drosophila adult external sense organ lineage |...
... prospero is required for proper axon and dendrite morphology of the neuron derived from the IIb cell. Thus, prospero plays a ...
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