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Kengaku Lab
iCeMS, Kyoto University

The Kengaku Lab

The mammalian brain comprises of 10 billions of neurons that are orderly arranged in cortices and nuclei for integration into specific neural circuits. During development, neurons directionally migrate from the birthplace to their destination within the cortex, and then arborize well-patterned dendrites and axons to contact with their specific synaptic counterparts. The major goal of our research is to clarity the mechanisms of cortical lamination in the brain.