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The Reelin Signaling Pathway: Some Recent Developments

Reelin, Integrin and Dab1 Interactions during Embryonic Cerebral Cortical Development

Reelin Promotes Neuronal Orientation and Dendritogenesis during Preplate Splitting

Persistent reelin-expressing Cajal–Retzius cells in polymicrogyria

Reelin Induces Branching of Neurons and Radial Glial Cells during Corticogenesis

On the epigenetic regulation of the human reelin promoter

p73 and Reelin in Cajal–Retzius Cells of the Developing Human Hippocampal Formation

Cognitive Decline Is Associated with Reduced Reelin Expression in the Entorhinal Cortex of Aged Rats

A role of MAP1B in Reelin-dependent Neuronal Migration

Exogenous Reelin Modifies the Migratory Behavior of Neurons Depending on Cortical Location

Characterization and Distribution of Reelin-Positive Interneuron Subtypes in the Rat Barrel Cortex

PM373. Behavioral and neurochemical abnormalities in heterozygous Reelin Orleans mutant mouse model of schizophrenia

Reelin Controls Granule Cell Migration in the Dentate Gyrus by Acting on the Radial Glial Scaffold

Increase in Reelin-positive Cells in the Marginal Zone of Pax6 Mutant Mouse Cortex

Reelin Regulates the Maturation of Dendritic Spines, Synaptogenesis and Glial Ensheathment of Newborn Granule Cells

Dorsal Forebrain-Specific Deficiency of Reelin-Dab1 Signal Causes Behavioral Abnormalities Related to Psychiatric Disorders

Corticosterone treatment during adolescence induces down-regulation of reelin and NMDA receptor subunit GLUN2C expression only in male mice: implications for schizophrenia


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The protein product (3460 aa) of the human homologue of the murine reeler gene, an extracellular matrix component produced by pioneer neurons and important in cortical neuronal migration. Reelin protein is composed of an N-terminal F-spondin-like domain, eight reelin repeats, and a short and highly basic C-terminal region.

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