BIPN140 Lecture 14 - Cellular Neurobiology BIPN140...

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http://www.biology.ucsd.edu/classes/bipn140.FA10/ Cellular Neurobiology BIPN140
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Figure 23.1 Growth cones guide axons in the developing nervous system (Part 2) rapid growth pausing/’decision making’
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Figure 23.2 The structure and action of growth cones (Part 2)
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Figure 23.2 The structure and action of growth cones (Part 3) [Ca 2+ ] intracellular
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Figure 23.3 The major classes of axon guidance molecules (secreted and transmembrane)
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Figure 23.4 Signals in embryo affect growth cones and growing axons (Part 1)
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Figure 23.5 Netrins chemotropically regulate pathway formation in a developing spinal cord wild type netrin knockout
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Figure 23.6 Mechanisms of topographic mapping in the vertebrate visual system (Part 1) or Nasal or Temporal
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Figure 23.6 Mechanisms of topographic mapping in the vertebrate visual system (Part 3) Retina Tectum (Anterior) (Posterior) Note: this graph is incorrect in the text
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Figure 23.9 Target-derived trophic support regulates survival of related neurons
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Figure 23.10 Changes to synapses during early postnatal life in the mammalian PNS
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Figure 23.12 Effect of the neurotrophin NGF on the outgrowth of neurites and survival of neurons 8 day chick sensory ganglion without NGF 24 hr after addition of NGF 9 day mouse embryo sympathetic ganglion treated with antibodies to NGF
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Figure 23.15 Neurotrophin receptors and their specificity for the neurotrophins
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Figure 23.16 Signaling through the neurotrophins and their receptors
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