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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Fred H Gage; Yves Christen
|Description:||X, 140 S. 1 schw.-w. Ill., 13 farb. Ill. 235 mm x 155 mm|
|Contents:||Nuclear reprogramming by eggs and oocytes and eventual prospects of cell replacement therapy.- iPS technology and disease research: issues to be resolved.- ES and iPS cells as tools for modeling human aging .-Characterizing neural circuitry with programmed human neurons.- Direct conversion of fibroblasts to neuronal cells.- Human pluripotent stem cells as tools for modelling neurodegeneration.- From Rett syndrome to classical autism: modeling autism spectrum disorders using human neurons.- Testing evolutionary principles in a dish using embryonic stem cells: the example of the Huntington's Disease gene.- Using stem cells to discover therapeutic targets in ALS and SMA .- Using stem cells to understand and treat Alzheimer's disease.- Using pluripotent stem cells to decipher mechanisms and identify treatments for diseases that affect the brain.- Modeling neural development and disease in human pluripotent stem cells.- Subject index.|
|Series Title:||Research and Perspectives in Neurosciences, 20|