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The spatial ordering of axonal arborizations of retinal ganglion Many axonal projections within the brain establish within their target a topographic map organized such that the spatial arrangement of the neurons of origin is re-represented by the ordering of their axon terminations; thereby neighboring cells project to *Corresponding author. 1016/S0079-6123(04)47005-8 43 44 cells (RGCs) within the OT/SC maps the retina, and therefore visual space, along two sets of orthogonally oriented axes: the temporal-nasal (T-N) axis of the retina along the anterior-posterior (A-P) axis of the OT/SC, and the dorsal-ventral (D-V) retinal axis along the lateral-medial (L-M) OT/SC axis.
Further, these results suggest that axon-axon interactions play a critical role in map development. These ﬁndings also reveal a hierarchy in the mechanisms for generating topographic maps, showing that molecular axon guidance information provided by ephrin-As and EphAs can dominate over activity-dependent patterning mechanisms that inﬂuence the establishment of coincident arbors in the SC Fig. 4. Phenotypic defects in Isl2-EphA3 knock-in mice. (A) In wild-type mice the T-N axis of the retina maps along the A-P axis of the SC.
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