The complex diversity of nervous cells and functional interconnections in circuits are laid down early in development and mature appropriately over time. Neurogenesis, Migration, Axon Guidance, Synaptogenesis, Formation and Myelin Maintenance, Plasticity and Learning, are some of the most important processes that constitute neurodevelopment from early embryonic stages to postnatal life, childhood and adolescence. Growth factors, Neurotransmitters and Signaling Pathways are some of the neurochemical and molecular elements that contribute to brain development and differentiation. In this section you will find information about how these different processes that participate in development and differentiation are impaired in diverse neuropaediatric disorders.
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