"Receptor, EphA5" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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An eph family receptor found primarily in differentiated neuronal tissues. Several isoforms of EphA5 receptor occur due to multiple alternative RNA splicing. The protein is prominently expressed in the NEURONS of the LIMBIC SYSTEM during development and throughout adult life, suggesting its role in the plasticity of limbic structure and function.
- Receptor, EphA5
- Brain-Specific Kinase
- Brain Specific Kinase
- EphA5 Receptor
- bsk Tyrosine Kinase
- Tyrosine Kinase, bsk
- EphA5 Protein
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Farley JE, Freeman MR. Letting Go of JuNK by Disassembly of Adhesive Complexes. Neuron. 2015 Dec 02; 88(5):848-850.