Publisher: Humana Press Inc.
Number of pages: 350
Weight: 2040 g
Dimensions: 254 x 178 x 22 mm
Edition: 1998 ed.
"The editors. . .have gathered an international panel of experts to address the preclinical foundations fro human trials. . .this is an accomplished work."-Neurology
"This book is a statement-of-the-state of the art in neurotransplantation therapy....The book is a good mix of clinical and basic scientific information and was quite enjoyable to read. It establishes that transplantation therapy will have an ever increasing role in the treatment of neurologic conditions. It points out the obstacles ahead and the challenges that must be faced in the future. It should be on every functional neurosurgeon's and neurologist's bookshelf."-Le Journal Canadien des Sciences Neurologiques
"...these chapters are excellent, and give timely perspective and rationale for the development of neurotransplantation....The chapters are well written, logically arranged, and well documented....this excellent book by experts in the field provides great insight for anyone interested in neurological disease. Some of the information in this volume has not been published, and it represents a unique resource. This is an extremely rapidly developing field, and the book will allow readers to quickly understand the importance and breath of the field." -Quarterly Review of Biology
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