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Mammalian Subventricular Zones
Their Roles in Brain Development, Cell Replacement, and Disease
by Steven W. Levison

Mammalian Subventricular Zones provides a comprehensive summary of research and findings that have lead to the current understanding of the subventricular zones.

Mammalian Subventricular Zones provides an overview of the roles of subventricular zones in normal development and in disease and a foundation from which current and future studies can be evaluated.

Contents

  1. Cellular Heterogeneity of the Neonatal SVZ and its Contributions to Forebrain Neurogenesis and Gliogenesis
  2. Extrinsic and Intrinsic Factors Modulating Proliferation and Self-Renewal of Multipotential CNS Progenitors and Adult Neural Stem Cells of the Subventricular Zone
  3. Birth, Migration and Function of SVZ-Derived Neurons in the Adult Brain
  4. Contributions of the Neocortical SVZ-Derived Neurons in the Adult Brain
  5. Responses of the Adult SVZ to Neuroal Death and Injury
  6. Responses of the SVZ to Radiation and Chemotherapy
  7. The Subventricular Zone Responds Dynamically to Mechanial Brain Injuries
  8. Responses of the SVZ to Hypoxia and Hypoxia/Ischemia
  9. Responses of the SVZ to Demyelinating Diseases
  10. Auxiliary Proliferative Zones in the Developing and Adult Central Nervous System: Lessons From Studies on the Effects of Ethanol

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Mammalian Subventricular Zones
Their Roles in Brain Development, Cell Replacement, and Disease
by Steven W. Levison

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