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Functional Neural Transplantation III

Primary and Stem Cell Therapies for Brain Repair, Part I

This issue of Progress in Brain Research is split over 2 volumes, bringing together cutting-edge research on functional neural transplantation. The 2 volumes review current knowledge and understanding, provide a starting point for researchers and practitioners entering the field, and build a platform for further research and discovery.

Audience
Neuroscientists, psychologists, neurologists

Included in series
Progress in Brain Research

Hardbound, 448 Pages

Published: December 2012

Imprint: Elsevier

ISBN: 978-0-444-59575-1

Contents

    1. Preface
      Stephen Dunnett and Anders Björklund

    2. Transplantation in the Future
      Fred H. Gage

    3. Ethical Challenges for Using Human Cells in Clinical Cell Therapy
      Göran Hermerén

    4. Banking Stem Cells for Research and Clinical Applications
      Glyn Stacey

    5. Survival, Differentiation and Connectivity of Ventral Mesencephalic Dopamine Neurons following Transplantation
      Lachlan Thompson and Anders Björklund

    6. Electrophysiological Investigations of Synaptic Connectivity between Host and Graft Neurons
      Jan Tønnesen and Merab Kokaia

    7. Nigral Grafts in Animal Models of Parkinson’s Disease. Is Recovery beyond Motor Function Possible?
      Mariah J. Lelos, Eilís Dowd and Stephen B. Dunnett

    8. L-DOPA- and Graft-Induced Dyskinesia following Transplantation
      Emma L. Lane and Christian Winkler

    9. Current Status of Clinical Trials of Neural Transplantation in Parkinson’s Disease
      Jonathan R Evans, Sarah L Mason and Roger A Barker

    10. In vivo Imaging of the Integration and Function of Nigral Grafts in Clinical Trials
      Marios Politis and Paola Piccini

    11. Neuropathology in Transplants in Parkinson’s Disease: Implications for Disease Pathogenesis and the Future of Cell Therapy
      Patrik Brundin and Jeffrey H. Kordower

    12. Derivation of Dopaminergic Neurons from Pluripotent Stem Cells
      Lorenz Studer

    13. Characterization and Criteria of Embryonic Stem and Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells for a Dopamine Replacement Therapy
      Oliver Cooper, Malin Parmar and Ole Isacson

    14. Skilled Motor Control for the Preclinical Assessment of Functional Deficits and Recovery following Nigral and Striatal Cell Transplantation
      Alexander Klein and Ian Q. Whishaw

    15. Role of Experience, Training and Plasticity in the Functional Efficacy of Striatal Transplants
      Máté D. Döbrössy and Guido Nikkhah

    16. In vivo Imaging of Integration and Function of Striatal Grafts in Rodent and Non-Human Primate Animal Models
      Philippe Hantraye and Romina Aron Badin

    17. Clinical Trials of Neural Transplantation in Huntington’s Disease
      Anne E. Rosser and Anne-Catherine Bachoud-Lévi

    18. Derivation of Striatal Neurons from Human Stem Cells

      Pedro Viegas, Camille Nicoleau and Anselme L. Perrier

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