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7 january 2018 19:31:54

 
Origin and Segmental Diversity of Spinal Inhibitory Interneurons (Neuron)
 




Sweeney et al. show that the diversity of spinal inhibitory interneurons, defined by combinatorial transcription factor expression, differs along the body axis in correspondence with limb and thoracic motor output. Hox genes, not motor neurons, specify segmental differences in inhibitory interneuron identity.


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