Functional Neural Transplantation IV, Vol 231. Progress in Brain Research

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  • Book
  • 316 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Functional Neural Transplantation IV: Translation to Clinical Application, Part B, Volume 231 provides the current status of cell transplantation in the nervous system, focusing on the conditions for achieving structural repair and functional recovery. New to this edition are chapters on Plasticity and Regeneration in the Injured Spinal Cord After Cell Transplantation Therapy, Transplantation of GABAergic Interneurons for Cell-Based Therapy, Rebuilding CNS Inhibitory Circuits to Control Chronic Neuropathic Pain and Itch, From Transplanting Schwann Cells in Experimental Rat Spinal Cord Injury to their Transplantation into Human Injured Spinal Cord in Clinical Trials, and the Recruitment of Endogenous CNS Stem Cells for Regeneration in Demyelinating Disease.

As the fourth in a periodic series of updates at 5-7 year intervals, this volume highlights recent developments in cellular and molecular science, providing the fundamental principles of neuroplasticity and regeneration in the brain and spinal cord, while also addressing the power of pluripotent stem cells to generate new sources of precisely specified neurons for utilization in brain repair.

  • Provides a comprehensive set of critical reviews covering the field
  • Presents state-of-the-art topics in science and translational medicine
  • Written by international leaders in the field of neural transplantation
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1. Stem Cell Transplantation for Spinal Cord Injury RepairPaul Lu2. Plasticity and Regeneration in the Injured Spinal Cord After Cell Transplantation TherapySatoshi Nori, Masaya Nakamura and Hideyuki Okano3. Transplantation of GABAergic Interneurons for Cell-Based TherapyJulien Spatazza, Walter R. Mancia Leon and Arturo Alvarez-Buylla4. Rebuilding CNS Inhibitory Circuits to Control Chronic Neuropathic Pain and ItchJoao M. Braz, Alex Etlin, Dina Juarez-Salinas, Ida J. Llewellyn-Smith and Allan I. Basbaum5. From Transplanting Schwann Cells in Experimental Rat Spinal Cord Injury to their Transplantation into Human Injured Spinal Cord in Clinical TrialsMary B. Bunge, Paula V. Monje, Aisha Khan and Patrick M. Wood6. Recruitment of Endogenous CNS Stem Cells for Regeneration in Demyelinating DiseaseNatalia A. Murphy and Robin J.M. Franklin7. Progenitor Cell-Based Treatment of Glial DiseaseSteven A. Goldman8. Pluripotent Stem Cells and their Utility in Treating Photoreceptor DegenerationsNozie D. Aghaizu, Kamil Kruczek, Anai Gonzalez-Cordero, Robin R. Ali and Rachael A. Pearson9. Stem Cell-Derived Retinal Pigment Epithelium Transplantation for Treatment of Retinal DiseaseBritta Nommiste, Kate Fynes, Victoria E. Tovell, Conor Ramsden, Lyndon da Cruz and Peter Coffey10. Transplantation of Reprogrammed Neurons  for Improved Recovery After StrokeZaal Kokaia, Daniel Tornero and Olle Lindvall
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