Phosphoglucose-Containing Glycoproteins in Intracellular Trafficking and Neuronal Recognition
During development of the brain, a neuron’s axonal tip may come Into contact with millions of cells with which it could form synapses. Yet, one of the most striking features of the brain is the exquisite selectivity and reproducibility of the synaptic connections that are actually formed.
KeywordsIntracellular Trafficking Neural Retina Phosphodiester Bond Dependent Adhesion Lysosomal Localization
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