This special issue focuses on recent advances related to stem cells and progenitors in the developing and adult brain. It contains new findings related to the development and fate of the proliferating cells of the central nervous system. Experiments dealing with both in vivo and in vitro results, primarily in cells from the mammalian forebrain, are included. The papers reflect the recent rapid progress in this important field and cover topics such as the cell cycle in fetuses and the use of markers to identify the phenotypes of proliferating cells in culture. Each paper is a report of new and original findings that contribute to the advancement in this field. This excellent publication is of particular value for all neuroscientists, biologists and physicians who are interested in understanding how the brain is populated with cells and what the possible sources and potentials of new cells are.
Publisher: S Karger AG
Number of pages: 178
Weight: 560 g
Dimensions: 230 x 211 x 13 mm
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