Reelin Glycoprotein

Structure, Biology and Roles in Health and Disease

  • S. Hossein Fatemi

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxiii
  2. Cheng-Chiu Huang, Gabriella D’Arcangelo
    Pages 1-13
  3. Yves Jossin
    Pages 37-47
  4. Junichi Takagi
    Pages 57-67
  5. Eric C. Olson, Christopher A. Walsh
    Pages 89-105
  6. Rosalinda C. Roberts, Emma Perez-Costas
    Pages 107-125
  7. Toshio Ohshima
    Pages 127-139
  8. Robert F. Hevner
    Pages 141-158
  9. Eckart Förster, Shanting Zhao, Michael Frotscher
    Pages 159-169
  10. Shenfeng Qiu, Edwin John Weeber
    Pages 171-191
  11. Jonathan A. Cooper, Nathaniel S. Allen, Libing Feng
    Pages 193-216
  12. George D. Pappas, C. Sue Carter
    Pages 217-226
  13. Manuel Álvarez-Dolado
    Pages 227-235
  14. Thomas Ringstedt
    Pages 237-250
  15. Brigitte Samama, Nelly Boehm
    Pages 251-261
  16. Jean-Marc Mienville
    Pages 263-277
  17. Françoise Bleicher, Henry Magloire, Marie-Lise Couble, Jean-Christophe Maurin
    Pages 279-290
  18. Patricia Tueting, Graziano Pinna, Erminio Costa
    Pages 291-309
  19. Elena Parrini, Renzo Guerrini
    Pages 311-316
  20. S. Hossein Fatemi, Teri J. Reutiman, Timothy D. Folsom
    Pages 317-339
  21. Erminio Costa, Ying Chen, Erbo Dong, Dennis R. Grayson, Alessandro Guidotti, Marin Veldic
    Pages 341-363
  22. Hamid Mostafavi Abdolmaleky, Cassandra L. Smith, Jin-Rong Zhou, Sam Thiagalingam
    Pages 365-384
  23. Carla Lintas, Antonio Maria Persico
    Pages 385-399
  24. Arancha Botella-López, Javier Sáez-Valero
    Pages 401-409
  25. Kunlin Jin
    Pages 411-420
  26. Kimberly Walter, Michael Goggins
    Pages 421-430
  27. Back Matter
    Pages 431-440

About this book


Reelin glycoprotein is a major secretory protein with important roles in embryogenesis and during adult life. Reelin gene mutations or deficiency of the protein product cause abnormal cortical development and reelin signaling impairment in brain. Since the first discovery of the reelin mutant mouse in 1951 by Falconer, and later discovery of the gene for reelin in 1995, there has been an explosion of new knowledge about this important molecule. Reelin Glycoprotein: Structure, Biology and Roles in Health and Disease, written by an international panel of experts, summarizes the state of the knowledge on various aspects of reelin. Topics include the reelin gene and its receptors, downstream effector molecules in reelin signaling cascade, chemistry and structure of reelin, comparative anatomy of reelin, presence of reelin in various body tissues, reelin mutations, and abnormalities of reelin production in neuropsychiatric disorders and cancer. This book will serve as a foundation for analysis of this emerging novel protein for all neuroscientists and clinicians.


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Editors and affiliations

  • S. Hossein Fatemi
    • 1
  1. 1.Medical SchoolUniversity of MinnesotaMinneapolisUSA

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