Transplantation into the Mammalian CNS

Edited by

  • D.M. Gash
  • J.R. Sladek

Transplantation into the Mammalian CNS presents a comprehensive critical overview of recent advances of basic and clinical research in neural transplantation. Special emphasis is devoted to the emerging studies on the use of clinical grafts for the treatment of parkinsonism, the extension of this technology to additional models of neurological deficits, the immunobiology of neural implants, the exploration of trophic factors, and other new directions in the field of transplantation.

Due to the extensive list of contents, only content headings are given. Full details can be obtained from the Publisher upon request.

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Book information

  • Published: December 1988
  • Imprint: ELSEVIER
  • ISBN: 978-0-444-81012-0


Table of Contents

List of Content headings: I. Models of Neural Systems Deficits. II. Immunology. III. Neural Substrate and Trophic Interactions. IV. Parkinson's Disease: Preclinical and Clinical Studies. V. New Directions.