87
Brain Development
Takayoshi Inoue
National Institute of Neuroscience, 4-1-1, Ogawahigashi, Kodaira,
Tokyo 187-8502, Japan
1
Neural Induction – The First Step Involved in Forming Neural Tissue
89
2
Early Patterning of the Neural Tissue Along the A–P and D–V Axes
91
2.1
D–V Patterning in the Neural Plate/Tube
91
2.2
A–P Patterning in the Neural Plate/Tube
98
2.2.1
Hindbrain Specifcation
99
2.2.2
Midbrain Specifcation
103
2.2.3
Forebrain Specifcation
104
3
Cellular Aspects to Generate Distinct Types of Cells and/or Cellular
Organization (e.g. Nuclei, Layers, and so on) in Patterned Tissue
107
4
Molecular Aspects of Generating Distinct Types of Cells and/or Cellular
Organization (e.g. Nuclei, Layers, and so on) in Patterned Tissue
109
4.1
Generation o± Neurons
109
4.1.1
Cell Intrinsic Mechanisms
109
4.1.2
Cell Nonautonomous Mechanisms
109
4.2
Nuclei Formation
112
4.3
Layer Formation
112
5
Cellular Aspects to Wire up the Nerve Cells into Functional Circuits
113
6
Molecular Aspects to Wire up the Nerve Cells into Functional Circuits
114
6.1
Contact-dependent (Short Range) Axon Guidance Mechanisms
116
6.1.1
Ig Super±amily Molecules
116
6.1.2
Integrins
117
6.1.3
Cadherins
117
Encyclopedia of Molecular Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine, 2nd Edition
. Edited by Robert A. Meyers.
Copyright
2004 Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.
ISBN: 3-527-30544-0
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