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  • noun Any of a group of transmembrane proteins which act to form receptors for semaphorin

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  • Here we report that Mical directly links semaphorins and their plexin receptors to the precise control of actin filament (F-actin) dynamics.

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  • We found that Mical is both necessary and sufficient for semaphorin-plexin-mediated F-actin reorganization in vivo.

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  • We found that Mical is both necessary and sufficient for semaphorin-plexin-mediated F-actin reorganization in vivo.

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  • Here we report that Mical directly links semaphorins and their plexin receptors to the precise control of actin filament (F-actin) dynamics.

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  • Mice with null mutations in genes encoding Sema3F, and its holoreceptor components neuropilin-2 (Npn-2, also known as Nrp2) and plexin A3 (PlexA3, also known as Plxna3), exhibit increased dentate gyrus (DG) granule cell (GC) and cortical layer V pyramidal neuron spine number and size, and also aberrant spine distribution.

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  • This included the upregulated neuropilin (NRP1) and plexin-A4 (PLXNA4), which together comprise the receptor for semaphorins

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