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|Title:||Feedback-mediated neuronal competition for survival cues regulates innervation of a target tissue|
|Authors:||Li, Y. |
|Source:||Li, Y., Fivaz, M. (2008). Feedback-mediated neuronal competition for survival cues regulates innervation of a target tissue. BioEssays 30 (10) : 929-933. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1002/bies.20824|
|Abstract:||Proper wiring of the nervous system requires tight control of the number of nerve terminals that innervate a target tissue. Recent work by Deppmann et al.,(1) now suggests that this is achieved by feedback-mediated neuronal competition for target-derived survival cues. The authors' model is inspired by the theory for pattern formation based on self-activation and lateral inhibition, proposed by Meinhardt and Gierer more than 30 years ago.(2). © 2008 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.|
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