mRNAs encoding the Aplysia homologues of fasciclin-I and β-thymosin are expressed only in the second phase of nerve injury and are differentially segregated in axons regenerating in vitro and in vivo

Geoffrey P. Colby, Ying Ju Sung, Richard T. Ambron

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