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Publication : Receptor tyrosine phosphatases in axon growth and guidance.

First Author  Stoker A W Year  2001
Journal  Curr. Opin. Neurobiol. Volume  11
Pages  95-102 PubMed ID  11179878
Abstract Text  Receptor-like protein tyrosine phosphatases (RPTPs) continue to emerge as important signalling molecules in axons and their growth cones. Recent findings show that Drosophila RPTPs play key roles in guiding retinal axons and in preventing midline crossing of longitudinal axons. Vertebrate RPTPs are now implicated in controlling axon outgrowth, and preliminary evidence suggests that they too may influence axon guidance. Issue  1
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