Role of the Noga-a Protein in the maturation and plasticity of the mouse visual system


Abstract

Summary:

This paper investigates the role of the Nogo-A protein in the developmental refinement of retinal terminals and in the anatomical and functional plasticity of the subcortical visual system in mice.
Categories

Categories

  • Eye health: The paper investigates the role of the Nogo-A protein in the development and maturation of the visual system in mice, specifically focusing on the refinement of retinal terminals.
  • Education and learning: The paper contributes to the understanding of the physiological functions of the Nogo-A protein in the central nervous system, which is relevant to learning and education in the field of neuroscience.
  • Cognitive function and memory: The paper discusses the role of the Nogo-A protein in the stabilization of neuronal circuits and restriction of synaptic plasticity, which are processes relevant to cognitive function and memory.
Authors

Author(s)

A Kornacka-Guzik
Publication Date

Publication Year:

2014
Citations

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