Neural stem cells

Neural stem cells are stem cells in the nervous system that can self-renew and give rise to differentiated progenitor cells to generate lineages of neurons as well as glia, such as astrocytes and oligodendrocytes. These cells hold great promise for neural repair after injury or disease. The potential source of neural stem cells for neural repair is through the mobilization of endogenous stem cells.

Related Journals of  Neural  Stem  Cells
Insights in NeurosurgeryJournal of Universal SurgeryJournal of Neuroinfectious DiseasesJournal of Neurology & NeurophysiologyGeneral Medicine: Open Access, Stem Cells, Aging Cells, Stem Cell Reports, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Journal of Molecular Cell Biology.


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