Mutation-Induced Disorders of Mammalian Forebrain Development
The reeler mutation, which causes a systematic disorder of neuron position in cortical structures.
The tottering mutation, which is associated with an augmentation in cortical innervation derived from the locus ceruleus.
A variety of mutations that modify the trajectories of axon fascicles.
KeywordsPyramidal Cell Normal Animal Cortical Plate Locus Ceruleus Retinal Projection
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