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Neuronal deletion of GSK3β increases microtubule speed in the growth cone and enhances axon regeneration via CRMP-2 and independently of MAP1B and CLASP2

  • Author(s): Wittmann, Torsten
  • Liz, MA
  • Mar, FM
  • Santos, TE
  • Pimentel, HI
  • Marques, AM
  • Morgado, MM
  • Vieira, S
  • Sousa, VF
  • Pemble, H
  • et al.

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http://europepmc.org/articles/PMC4229956?pdf=render
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Abstract

© Liz et al.Background: In the adult central nervous system, axonal regeneration is abortive. Regulators of microtubule dynamics have emerged as attractive targets to promote axonal growth following injury as microtubule organization is pivotal for growth

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