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Murine netrin-1 precursor is a 67,768 dalton protein (604 amino acids) expressed by subpopulations of cells within the developing CNS, as well as in various non-neural tissues, including the gut, liver, heart, and prostate. In the embryonic CNS, netrin-1 is expressed by cells of the floor plate, and acts to attract axons of commissural neurons from the dorsal horn gray matter. Netrin-1 is also believed to play a role in the growth of motor axons in the PNS.
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