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Evidence that Astroglia Influence Dendrite Morphogenesis and Synaptogenesis Independently in the Vertebrate Central Nervous System

By Christopher S. Wallace and Ginger S. Withers

Submitted: July 27th 2017Reviewed: January 12th 2018Published: March 21st 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.73891

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Christopher S. Wallace and Ginger S. Withers (March 21st 2018). Evidence that Astroglia Influence Dendrite Morphogenesis and Synaptogenesis Independently in the Vertebrate Central Nervous System, Astrocyte Maria Teresa Gentile and Luca Colucci D’Amato, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.73891. Available from:

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