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Fig. 1. Cdk5 and its activating partner, p35, may be a point of integration for extracellular signals regulating neuronal migration. In this model, lines indicate published interactions between proteins and connect signaling pathways to known downstream events involving cytoskeletal or membrane systems. These or other potential pathways may lead to changes in gene expression, but this is not a well-studied area and has not been included in the model.





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