Biological Significance and Action of the “Nerve Growth” Factor
The discovery of a ‘Nerve Growth Factor’, NGF, which induces embryonic ganglion cells to differentiate, was made during a study of the development of the embryonic nervous system.
KeywordsNerve Growth Factor Ganglion Cell Chick Embryo Snake Venom Sympathetic Ganglion
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