Neogenin binds Netrin-1

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R-HSA-374689
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Homo sapiens
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Netrin-1 is not only involved as an axon guidance cue during the development of nervous system but is also involved in the morphogenesis of the mammary glands. Netrin-1 acts as a short-range attractant and has an adhesive, rather than a guidance, function during mammary gland morphogenesis. In the developing mammary gland, netrin-1 acts locally through neogenin to maintain close apposition of cap cells and prelumenal cells at the leading edge of the TEB (Terminal end bud).

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