Cortical Layer Inversion and Deregulation of Reelin Signaling in the Absence of SOCS6 and SOCS7
Isobel D Lawrenson, Danielle L Krebs, Edmond M Linossi, Jian-Guo Zhang, Tamara J McLennan, Caitlin Collin, Helen M Mcrae, Tatiana B Kolesnik, Katrina Koh, Joanne M Britto, Andrew J Kueh, Bilal N Sheikh, Farrah El-Saafin, Nicos A Nicola, Seong-Seng Tan, Jeffrey J Babon, Sandra E Nicholson, Warren S Alexander, Tim Thomas, Anne K Voss
CEREBRAL CORTEX | OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC | Published : 2017
Mutations of the reelin gene cause severe defects in cerebral cortex development and profound intellectual impairment. While many aspects of the reelin signaling pathway have been identified, the molecular and ultimate cellular consequences of reelin signaling remain unknown. Specifically, it is unclear if termination of reelin signaling is as important for normal cortical neuron migration as activation of reelin signaling. Using mice that are single or double deficient, we discovered that combined loss of the suppressors of cytokine signaling, SOCS6 and SOCS7, recapitulated the cortical layer inversion seen in mice lacking reelin and led to a dramatic increase in the reelin signaling molecu..View full abstract
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This work was supported through NHMRC Project grants 637346 and 628517, NHMRC Program grant 1016647, NHMRC Research Fellowships (N.A.N. 637300, W.S.A. 1058344, T.T. 1003435, A.K.V. 575512, 1081421), Independent Research Institutes Infrastructure Support (IRIIS) Scheme from the Australian Government's National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), the Australia Cancer Research Fund, Victorian State Government OIS (Operational Infrastructure Support) grant.