The Golgi Apparatus in Polarized Neuroepithelial Stem Cells and Their Progeny: Canonical and Noncanonical Features.

First Authors Elena Taverna
Authors Elena Taverna, Wieland Huttner
Corresponding Authors Elena Taverna, Wieland Huttner
Last Authors Wieland Huttner
Book Volume Title The Golgi apparatus and centriole : functions, interactions and role in disease
Series Title (Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation ; 67)
Chapter Number 15
Publisher Springer International Publishing
Book Editors Malgorzata Kloc
ISBN 978-3-030-23172-9
First Page 359
Last Page 375
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Print Publication Date 2019-12-20
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Abstract Neurons forming the central nervous system are generated by neural stem and progenitor cells, via a process called neurogenesis (Gotz and Huttner, Nat Rev Mol Cell Biol, 6:777-788, 2005). In this book chapter, we focus on neurogenesis in the dorsolateral telencephalon, the rostral-most region of the neural tube, which contains the part of the central nervous system that is most expanded in mammals (Borrell and Reillo, Dev Neurobiol, 72:955-971, 2012; Wilsch-Brauninger et al., Curr Opin Neurobiol 39:122-132, 2016). We will discuss recent advances in the dissection of the cell biological mechanisms of neurogenesis, with particular attention to the organization and function of the Golgi apparatus and its relationship to the centrosome.
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