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Shining a Light on Adult Neural Stem Cells

Posted by , on 2 October 2021

Adult Neural Stem Cells (NSCs) have a remarkable capacity to produce new neurons and glia cells that integrate into pre-existing neural networks. Adult NSCs are found in all mammals, including humans, giving us hope of using the pool of adult ...

Adult Neurogenesis 2018: Highlights -By Zubair Ahmed Nizamudeen

Posted by , on 29 June 2018

4WH Neurogenesis: What Where Why When and How? Neurogenesis is understood as the process by which neural stem cells (NSCs) produce new neurons. In the adult mammalian brain, this process ...

Exciting news on neural stem cell niches: stunning research from Fiona Doetsch's lab

Posted by , on 26 August 2016

http://www.cell.com/cell-stem-cell/fulltext/S1934-5909(16)30163-1 Sense & Sensibility: niche signals regulate neural stem cells in an age-dependent manner paper feature by Thomas Schwarz-Romond Tissue specific stem cell niches provide lifelong support for adult stem ...

Want to attend Adult Neurogenesis 2015? Go as the official meeting reporter...

Posted by , on 12 January 2015

Adult Neurogenesis: Evolution, Regulation and Function May 6-8, 2015 – Dresden, Germany Website: http://www.abcam.com/AdultNeurogenesis2015 2015 is the 50th anniversary of Joseph Altman’s landmark discovery of adult neurogenesis. To celebrate, the ...

Neurogenesis in “non-neurogenic” regions

Posted by , on 13 November 2014

In the early ‘90s, the discovery of neural stem cells in the adult brain aroused hope to exploit these cells to treat neurodegenerative diseases or even induce brain regeneration. Yet, ...

Of mice and zebrafish

Posted by , on 16 June 2014

This story starts with me shaking and nervous and stumbling through my mid-term thesis committee meeting presentation. Not only was I presenting the results from the first half of my ...

A young brain forever?

Posted by , on 25 November 2013

Memory impairment and age-related “brain decline” is a topic to which anyone relates to, a topic of great interest for both the scientific community and our aging population. So, imagine ...

In Development this week (Vol. 138, Issue 6)

Posted by , on 22 February 2011

Here are the research highlights from the current issue of Development: Arteriovenous-specific regulation of angiogenesis Endothelial cells (ECs) assume arterial- or venous-specific molecular characteristics at early stages of development. These ...

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