neurogenesis

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neurogenesis

[¦nu̇r·ō′jen·ə·səs]
(embryology)
The formation of nerves.
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With these cells, scientists can do any number of things, including making neural stem cells that will make both more of themselves and new neurons.
Currently, when neural stem cells are harvested for growth in culture, however, the ependymal cells are not removed along with them.
If approved, the company says it will be the first-ever FDA-approved clinical trial to use a purified composition of human neural stem cells as the potential therapeutic agent.
A research group led by Freda Miller of McGill University in Montreal now reports than human skin and scalp tissue may provide a source of neural stem cells.
also worked on these studies and the human neural stem cells used were supplied by the Company.
In 1992, Reynolds and Weiss were the first to isolate neural stem cells from the striatal tissue of adult mice brain tissue, including the subventricular zone, which is a neurogenic area.
To facilitate research resulting from these advances, a large and diverse market has emerged for neural stem cell products, services, and therapies In total,the neural stem cell product marketplace is com prised of the total annual sales from all of these items, on a global basis
Goldman's team found that certain classes of genes encoding for proteins active in mouse neural stem cells - such as members of the Notch and WNT families - were highly active.
To solve this problem, Cattaneo and her team set out to discover the "intracellular triggers" that instruct neural stem cells to become neurons instead of glial cells.
Steiner's presentation, entitled "A Phase 1 Clinical Study of Human CNS Stem Cells (HuCNS-SC[TM]) in Patients with Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis", will highlight the rationale and pre-clinical data that suggest transplanting human neural stem cells may lead to a possible treatment for NCL.
The trial will consist of a dose escalation of human parthenogenetic stem cells-derived neural stem cells (ISC-hpNSC)
By understanding how these cellular signaling pathways operate in the brain, we may be able to develop genetic or molecular approaches that target those signals to facilitate or induce regeneration of the brain from neural stem cells," Nature quoted Dr.