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Journal of Neurology
Immediately after injury, before the glial scar has had time to form, the major impediments to regeneration in the adult CNS are inhibitors associated with myelin. To date, 3 inhibitors have been described: myelin-associated glycoprotein (MAG), Nogo and oligodendrocyte, myelin glycoprotein (OMgp). Surprisingly, all 3 of these inhibitors interact with the same receptor complex to exert their effects. The common binding partner was first identified as a receptor for the 66 extracellular aminodoi:10.1007/bf03160427 fatcat:dra3sin345hullyy7lbyrzyjsa