Furley, A. (2001) The trappist's approach to pathfinding: elucidating brain wiring using secretory-trap mutagenesis. Genome Biology, 2 (9). reviews1026.1 - reviews1026.5. ISSN 1465-6906Full text not available from this repository.
A key problem in using genetics to dissect the wiring of the mammalian brain lies in discovering which of the billions of neural connections have been disrupted by a particular mutation. A novel gene-trap approach targets the genes involved in brain wiring and labels the axons of neurons expressing those genes, enabling the effects of mutations to be observed directly.
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