PMID: 8817698May 1, 1996

The action of neurotrophins in the development and plasticity of the visual cortex

Progress in Neurobiology
A Cellerino, Lamberto Maffei

Abstract

Nerve growth factor (NGF) and the other members of the NGF gene family have been extensively characterized as neurotrophic factors. Recently a modulatory action of these neurotrophic factors on synapse efficacy has emerged. The developing visual system has provided a convenient model to test the role of neurotrophins on neural plasticity in vivo.

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