Neuronal migration is the method by which neurons travel from their origin or birthplace to their final position in the brain. There are several ways they can do this, e.g. by radial migration or tangential migration. The cellular positioning that constrains local signalling depends on migration of postmitotic neuroblasts in the fetal brain. Migration is a ubiquitous feature of development that brings cells into appropriate spatial relationships. In the nervous system, migration during development brings different classes of neurons together so that they can interact appropriately.
- Track 1-1 Mechanism of Neuronal Migration
- Track 2-2 Types of Neuronal Migration
- Track 3-3 Neuronal Migration Disorder
- Track 4-4 Future Scope of studies in Neuronal Migration