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Figure 2: Enhancing axonal regeneration of central nervous system neurons by targeting selective transport. (A) Endogenous distribution of trafficking-associated molecules and integrins in 14 days in vitro (DIV) primary cortical neurons. (B) Summary of the trafficking intervention by Koseki et al. (2017) and Eva et al. (2017) that promotes axonal regeneration in central nervous system neurons in vitro.

Figure 2: Enhancing axonal regeneration of central nervous system neurons by targeting selective transport.
(A) Endogenous distribution of trafficking-associated molecules and integrins in 14 days <i>in vitro</i> (DIV) primary cortical neurons. (B) Summary of the trafficking intervention by Koseki et al. (2017) and Eva et al. (2017) that promotes axonal regeneration in central nervous system neurons <i>in vitro</i>.