GABA and Lis1
GABA and Reelin Protein
Lis1 and Reelin Protein
DCX and Lis1
α5 and γ1 Lamins
α1 and β1 Integrins
γ5 and β1 Integrins
Reelin and Slit1
PAFAH 1b1 and Lis1
Lis1 and DCX
A. GABAergic interneurons are the only class of neurons which migrate from the subpallium to the pallium.
B.HGF and its receptor DDD increase cell migration away from the MGE.
C. Individually migrating neurons travel through the subplate or MZ directly to the CP.
D. Sema3A and Sema3F are chemorepulsive factors present in the striatum.
E. Research suggests that axons are a possible substrate for GABAergic interneurons.
F. The chemoattractive factors present in the POA are Emx1, Emx2 and NRG-Ig