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  • An EMBO-sponsored workshop entitled "Translational Control in Development and Neurobiology" was held recently in Mallorca, Spain. The talks covered mechanisms of translational regulation, particularly in terms of temporal and spatial regulation, over a wide range of biological systems [11].
  • This data allowed us to identify mRNAs encoding proteins involved in synaptic or developmental neurobiology that harbor FMRP binding elements [12].
  • Neurobiology: Dopamine as chicken and egg [13].
  • Neurobiology: serotonin sustains serenity [14].
  • Neurobiology: glutamate receptors on the move [15].

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