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Gaining Headway in Brain Growth

The Faculty of 1000 is a Web-based literature awareness tool published by BioMed Central. It provides a continuously updated insider's guide to the most important peer-reviewed papers within a range of research fields, based on the recommendations of a faculty of more than 1,400 leading researchers. Each issue, The Scientist will publish a list of the 10 top-rated papers from a specific subject area, as well as a short review of one or more of the listed papers. We will also publish a selection

Jim Kling
The Faculty of 1000 is a Web-based literature awareness tool published by BioMed Central. It provides a continuously updated insider's guide to the most important peer-reviewed papers within a range of research fields, based on the recommendations of a faculty of more than 1,400 leading researchers.

Each issue, The Scientist will publish a list of the 10 top-rated papers from a specific subject area, as well as a short review of one or more of the listed papers. We will also publish a selection of comments on interesting recent papers from the Faculty of 1000's output. For more information visit www.facultyof1000.com.





How a vertebrate's neural system develops, both its physical (neural) development, and the progenitor cells' scripted differentiation (neural induction), is a bit of a black box. Some of the required signaling molecules are known, but as with many biological systems, the more one digs, the more complexities one...

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