Common mechanisms of nerve and blood vessel wiring View Full Text


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DATE

2005-07

AUTHORS

Peter Carmeliet, Marc Tessier-Lavigne

ABSTRACT

Blood vessels and nerve fibres course throughout the body in an orderly pattern, often alongside one another. Although superficially distinct, the mechanisms involved in wiring neural and vascular networks seem to share some deep similarities. The discovery of key axon guidance molecules over the past decade has shown that axons are guided to their targets by finely tuned codes of attractive and repulsive cues, and recent studies reveal that these cues also help blood vessels to navigate to their targets. Parallels have also emerged between the actions of growth factors that direct angiogenic sprouting and those that regulate axon terminal arborization. More... »

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193-200

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