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EphrinBs send mixed messages

Nature Neuroscience volume 14, pages 13561358 (2011) | Download Citation

A new study dissects ephrinB reverse signaling and identifies separate intracellular pathways regulating dendritic and synaptic development.

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  1. Michael J. Soskis, John Salogiannis and Michael E. Greenberg are in the Department of Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

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