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Walk This Way: Moving neurons communicate with surrounding cells

Koch, Lori (2016) Walk This Way: Moving neurons communicate with surrounding cells. Science Spotlight, 6 (4).

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Additional Information: Davey CF, Mathewson AW, Moens CB. 2016. "PCP Signaling between Migrating Neurons and their Planar-Polarized Neuroepithelial Environment Controls Filopodial Dynamics and Directional Migration." PLOS Genetics. 12(3): e1005934. Luga V et al. 2012. "Exosomes mediate stromal mobilization of autocrine Wnt-PCP signaling in breast cancer cell migration." Cell. 151(7):1542-56.
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