How does the brain grow?
liar42 at aol.com
Mon Oct 29 14:03:18 EST 2001
Your version is way better than mine.
(But at least I was not totally off-shot.)
> Information is mapped topographically in the CNS - 2 orthogonal cytochemical
gradients can provide cells with precise lattitude and longitude - Eph
What does CNS-2 mean,
and what mean orthogonal and cyto(chemical),
and could you elaborate on the Eph receptors?
(My neuro has it limits.)
BTW, have you been working in emryonic research?
And on which species of embryos is this data based?
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