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Stem cells in the adult human brain

Stem cells in the adult human brain
Stem cells in the adult human brain
The rapidly advancing field of stem cell research holds great promise for regenerative medicine. Regenerating brain tissue, while technically the most challenging application of stem cell biology, is also likely to reap the most reward for patients. Here, we review the current state of stem cell research in the field of human neuroscience and highlight aspects that will be of relevance to neurosurgeons.
stem cells, adult neurogenesis, regeneration, endogenous
0268-8697
28-37
Ahmed, Aminul I.
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Zaben, Malik
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Gray, William P.
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Ahmed, Aminul I.
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Zaben, Malik
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Gray, William P.
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Ahmed, Aminul I., Zaben, Malik and Gray, William P. (2011) Stem cells in the adult human brain. British Journal of Neurosurgery, 25 (1), 28-37. (doi:10.3109/02688697.2010.525264). (PMID:20979439)

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The rapidly advancing field of stem cell research holds great promise for regenerative medicine. Regenerating brain tissue, while technically the most challenging application of stem cell biology, is also likely to reap the most reward for patients. Here, we review the current state of stem cell research in the field of human neuroscience and highlight aspects that will be of relevance to neurosurgeons.

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Published date: February 2011
Keywords: stem cells, adult neurogenesis, regeneration, endogenous

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Local EPrints ID: 181199
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/181199
ISSN: 0268-8697
PURE UUID: ee8f874b-da98-4f23-94e4-aa76fff1b160

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Date deposited: 13 Apr 2011 11:24
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 12:00

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