4 edition of Stem cells and CNS development found in the catalog.
Stem cells and CNS development
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Mahendra S. Rao.|
|Contributions||Rao, Mahendra S.|
|LC Classifications||QP363.5 .S75 2001, QP363.5 .S75 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 370 p. :|
|Number of Pages||370|
|LC Control Number||00058081|
These neurogenic zones are home to human neural stem cells (hNSCs), which are capable of self-renewing and differentiating into neurons, astrocytes and oligodendrocytes. NSCs isolated from human CNS have a number of clinical advantages, especially the . Keywords:Dopamine neuron, embryonic stem cells, neural development, neurodegeneration, Parkinson’s disease, stem cell therapy, dopamine system, hemiparkinsonian, motoneurons, oligodendrocytes Abstract: Neurodegenerative disease affects tens of millions of people, worldwide, and comes at a cost to the public of billions of by: 2.
Abstract: The concept that the genesis of new cells in the adult mammalian brain is negligible has long influenced our perception and understanding of the origin and development of central nervous system (CNS) tumors. The discovery that neurons and glia are produced throughout life from neural stem cells provides new possibilities for candidate. When all neurons are generated, neural stem cells switch to making glial cells. Describe the third phase of the life of a neural stem cell: True - Majority of the interneurons of the cortex are produced in the ganglionic eminence and the basal forebrain and arrive in the cortex by a ventral-to-dorsal tangential migratory pathway independent of.
Mesenchymal stem cells renew muscle, bone, blood and adipose tissue. The stem cells of each of these tissues reside in specific anatomical niches, and differ in their morphology, molecular signatures and gene expression patterns, and respond to different suites of systemic and niche signals that regulate their proliferation and differentiation. Isolation, Characterization and Utilization of CNS Stem Cells (Research and Perspectives in Neurosciences): Medicine & Health Science Books @
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm. Contents: 1. Defining Neural Stem Cells and Their Role in Normal Development of the Nervous System / Sally Temple Multipotent Stem Cells in the Embryonic Nervous System / John A.
Kessler, Mark F. Mehler and Peter C. Mabie Multipotent Stem Cells in the Adult Central. Stem cells were recently cited by Science magazine as the scientific breakthrough of the year because of their potential to revolutionize our understanding of the complexities of biological development.
In Stem Cells and CNS Development, world renowned authorities in neural stem biology critically review the rapidly emerging findings on this 4/5(1).
Stem cells were recently cited by Science magazine as the scientific breakthrough of the year because of their potential to revolutionize our understanding of the complexities of biological development.
In Stem Cells and CNS Development, world renowned authorities in neural stem biology critically review the rapidly emerging findings on this. in this journalCited by: Stem cells and CNS development book OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (x, pages) Contents: 1 • Defining Neural Stem Cells and Their Role in Normal Development of the Nervous System • Multipotent Stem Cells in the Embryonic Nervous System • Multipotent Stem Cells in the Adult Central Nervous System • Glial Characteristics of Adult Subventricular Zone.
Stem Cells and CNS Development critically reviews recent findings on stem cells, their involvement in neurogenesis and gliogenesis, and the therapeutic implications of these findings. It defines by consensus the classes of stem cells in the nervous system, compares their similarities and Price: $ Neural stem cells (NSCs) give rise to the central nervous system (CNS) during development and contribute to the cellular plasticity of the adult mammalian brain.
The isolation and in vitro culture of NSCs provides the unique opportunity to address fundamental questions about cell proliferation, fate choice, differentiation, and synaptic. Human embryonic stem cells (hESCs) offer an unprecedented opportunity to study human cardiomyogenesis and to produce a wide array of human cardiomyogenic cells for use in research applications and, potentially, for treatment of heart disease.
hESCs can produce atrial and ventricular myocytes, as well as cells of the central and peripheral. Stem cells and CNS development.
Edited by mahendra s rao (PpUS$). Published by The Humana Press, New Jersey, ISBN Stem cells, like the ancient Chinese ruyi sceptre, mean different things for different people. For doctors and patients they are a miracle cure for everything, and only just round the corner, for governments they combine a major Author: Geoffrey Raisman.
Stem Cells and CNS Development, 2nd Ed., critically reviews recent findings on stem cells, their involvement in neurogenesis and gliogenesis, and the therapeutic implications of these findings.
New to this edition are updates on stem cells and apoptosis, types and selection of neural stem cells, transdifferentation, and generalized mechanisms.
Neural Stem Cells as the Glue that Holds Multiple Therapies Together. Summary. References. Chapter Spinal Cord Injury.
Problem. Spinal Cord Organization. Injury. Spontaneous Regeneration. Limitations and Approaches to Repair and Redefining Goals. Spinal Cord Development. Embryonic Stem Cells. Novel Approaches to CNS Repair. Toward Human. Neural stem cells (NSCs) in the developing neuroepithelium give rise, directly or indirectly, to all the neurons of the mammalian central nervous system (CNS).
In addition, they generate other essential neural cells, namely, the two types of macroglial cells in the CNS: astrocytes and oligodendrocytes.
Neural stem cells (NSCs) are self-renewing, multipotent cells that firstly generate the radial glial progenitor cells that generate the neurons and glia of the nervous system of all animals during embryonic development.
Some neural progenitor stem cells persist in highly restricted regions in the adult vertebrate brain and continue to produce neurons throughout : D Mesenchymal Stem Cells in CNS Regeneration Neurotransplantation has been used to explore the development of the central nervous system and for repair of diseased tissue in conditions such as Author: Arshak Alexanian.
Human stem cells for CNS repair both basic and preclinical settings should support the hope for development of stem cell-based cell therapies for neurological diseases.
comprehensive book. Stem Cells and CNS Development Stem Cells and CNS Development Wikström, Lilian; Mercer, Alex Edited by Mahendra S.
Rao, Humana Press,Price $, pages in hardback. ISBN Many tissues contain a few undifferentiated cells – stem cells – which can divide and self-renew, and which also form several other more mature cell types.
Comprehensive and cutting-edge, this book provides all developmental scientists and neurobiologists not only an authoritative account of the current results in neural stem cell research, but also an incisive review of the rapidly emerging therapeutic uses of stem porary Neuroscience: Stem Cells and CNS Development (Hardcover).
Highlighting the importance of cancer stem cells role in tumor development, propagation, and treatment resistance, this book provides the reader with a compilation of various investigational techniques from cell isolation and genomic characterization to in Vivo tumor modeling, biomarker analysis, and drug : Angela M Bohnen.
The development of the nervous system, or neural development, or neurodevelopment, refers to the processes that generate, shape, and reshape the nervous system of animals, from the earliest stages of embryonic development to adulthood.
The field of neural development draws on both neuroscience and developmental biology to describe and provide insight into the cellular and molecular mechanisms.
Introduces all of the essential cell biology and developmental biology background for the study of stem cells This book gives you all the important information you need to become a stem cell scientist.
It covers the characterization of cells, genetic techniques for modifying cells and organisms, tissue culture technology, transplantation immunology, properties of pluripotent and tissue.
Structure and Function. The nervous system can be divided into the peripheral and central nervous systems (PNS and CNS respectively). The brain is divided into four main parts: (1) the brain stem, consisting of the medulla, pons, and midbrain; (2) the cerebellum; (3) the diencephalon, with the thalamus and hypothalamus; and (4) the cerebral hemispheres, comprised of the cerebral cortex, basal.Neural Stem Cells Can Repopulate the Central Nervous System.
While the epidermis is one of the simplest and most easily regenerated tissues, the central nervous system (the CNS) is the most complex and seems the most difficult to reconstruct in adult life.
The adult mammalian brain and spinal cord have very little capacity for by: 9. The CNS is protected by the immune system, including cells that reside directly within the CNS and help to ensure proper neural function, as well as cells that traffic into the CNS with by: