Plasticity in the Adult Brain: From Genes to Neurotherapy - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444509819, 9780080497730

Plasticity in the Adult Brain: From Genes to Neurotherapy, Volume 138

1st Edition

Editors: M.A. Hofman G.J. Boer Eus JW Van Someren J. Verhaagen D.F. Swaab A.J.G.D. Holtmaat
Hardcover ISBN: 9780444509819
eBook ISBN: 9780080497730
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 23rd October 2002
Page Count: 496
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Table of Contents

List of contributors. Preface. Acknowledgements. Section I. Neurogenesis in Adulthood: New Neurons in Old Brains. 1. Neurogenesis in adult primates (P. Rakic). Section II. Brain Plasticity: From Molecule to Neural Network. 2. Semaphorins: contributors to structural stability of hippocampal networks? (A.J.G.D. Holtmaat et al.). 3. Neurotrophins and visual cortical plasticity (A.D. Huberman, A.K. McAllister). 4. Dendritic spines: elementary structural units of neuronal plasticity (M. Segal). 5. Abnormal plastic changes in a rat model for mesial temporal lobe epilepsy: a short review (J.A. Gorter, F.H. Lopes Da Silva). 6. Cortical map plasticity in animals and humans (J.P. Rauschecker). Section III. Learning and Memory. 7. A brain adaptation view of plasticity: is synaptic plasticity an overly limited concept? (A.W. Grossman et al.). 8. Environmental enrichment and the brain (A.H. Mohammed et al.). 9. Sex hormones, neuroprotection and cognition (C. Behl). 10. Memory reactivation and consolidation during sleep: from cellular mechanisms to human performance (C.M.A. Pennartz et al.). 11. Sensory loss and cortical reorganization in mature primates (J.H. Kaas). 12. Human brain plasticity: evidence from sensory deprivation and altered language experience (H. Neville, D. Bavelier). Section IV. Circadian and Seasonal Plasticity. 13. Modes of plasticity within the mammalian circadian system (S. Amir et al.). 14. Functional plasticity of the circadian timing system in old age: light exposure (E.J.W. Van Someren et al.). 15. What is the adaptive role of neurogenesis in adult birds? (M. Gahr et al.). 16. A brain for all seasons: cellular and molecular mechanisms of photoperiodic plasticity (M.A. Hofman, D.F. Swaab). Section V. Neural Plasticity in Aging and Neuropathology. 17. Regulation of synaptic plasticity in memory and memory decline with aging (T.C. Foster). 18. Synaptic plasticity in the diabetic brain: advanced aging? (A. Artola et al.). 19. Adult neurogenesis: implications for psychiatry (A.J. Eisch). 20. Brain aging and Alzheimer's disease - use it or lose it (D.F. Swaab et al.). 21. Functional genomics and psychiatric illness (W. Hasenkamp, S.E. Hemby). Section VI. Cell Implantation and Gene Therapy. 22. The fifteenth C.U. Ariëns Kappers lecture (an introduction) (D.F. Swaab, M.A. Hofman). 23. New strategies in neural repair (M.H. Tuszynski et al.). 24. Regulation of dopamine cell type and transmitter function in fetal and stem cell transplantation for Parkinson's disease (L.M. Björklund, O. Isacson). 25. Neuroprotection for Parkinson's disease using viral vector-mediated delivery of GDNF (J.L. McBride, J.H. Kordower). Section VII. Stem Cells: Their Role in Brain Repair.

  1. Glial stem-like cells: implications for ontogeny, phylogeny and CNS regeneration (E.D. Laywell, D.A. Steindler). 27. Induced neurogenesis by endogenous progenitor cells in the adult mammalian brain (E. Chmielnicki, S.A. Goldman). 28. The use of human embryonic stem cells for research: an ethical evaluation (G. De Wert). Subject Index.

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List of contributors. Preface. Acknowledgements. Section I. Neurogenesis in Adulthood: New Neurons in Old Brains. 1. Neurogenesis in adult primates (P. Rakic). Section II. Brain Plasticity: From Molecule to Neural Network. 2. Semaphorins: contributors to structural stability of hippocampal networks? (A.J.G.D. Holtmaat et al.). 3. Neurotrophins and visual cortical plasticity (A.D. Huberman, A.K. McAllister). 4. Dendritic spines: elementary structural units of neuronal plasticity (M. Segal). 5. Abnormal plastic changes in a rat model for mesial temporal lobe epilepsy: a short review (J.A. Gorter, F.H. Lopes Da Silva). 6. Cortical map plasticity in animals and humans (J.P. Rauschecker). Section III. Learning and Memory. 7. A brain adaptation view of plasticity: is synaptic plasticity an overly limited concept? (A.W. Grossman et al.). 8. Environmental enrichment and the brain (A.H. Mohammed et al.). 9. Sex hormones, neuroprotection and cognition (C. Behl). 10. Memory reactivation and consolidation during sleep: from cellular mechanisms to human performance (C.M.A. Pennartz et al.). 11. Sensory loss and cortical reorganization in mature primates (J.H. Kaas). 12. Human brain plasticity: evidence from sensory deprivation and altered language experience (H. Neville, D. Bavelier). Section IV. Circadian and Seasonal Plasticity. 13. Modes of plasticity within the mammalian circadian system (S. Amir et al.). 14. Functional plasticity of the circadian timing system in old age: light exposure (E.J.W. Van Someren et al.). 15. What is the adaptive role of neurogenesis in adult birds? (M. Gahr et al.). 16. A brain for all seasons: cellular and molecular mechanisms of photoperiodic plasticity (M.A. Hofman, D.F. Swaab). Section V. Neural Plasticity in Aging and Neuropathology. 17. Regulation of synaptic plasticity in memory and memory decline with aging (T.C. Foster). 18. Synaptic plasticity in the diabetic brain: advanced aging? (A. Artola et al.). 19. Adult neurogenesis: implications for psychiatry (A.J. Eisch). 20. Brain aging and Alzheimer's disease - use it or lose it (D.F. Swaab et al.). 21. Functional genomics and psychiatric illness (W. Hasenkamp, S.E. Hemby). Section VI. Cell Implantation and Gene Therapy. 22. The fifteenth C.U. Ariëns Kappers lecture (an introduction) (D.F. Swaab, M.A. Hofman). 23. New strategies in neural repair (M.H. Tuszynski et al.). 24. Regulation of dopamine cell type and transmitter function in fetal and stem cell transplantation for Parkinson's disease (L.M. Björklund, O. Isacson). 25. Neuroprotection for Parkinson's disease using viral vector-mediated delivery of GDNF (J.L. McBride, J.H. Kordower). Section VII. Stem Cells: Their Role in Brain Repair.

  1. Glial stem-like cells: implications for ontogeny, phylogeny and CNS regeneration (E.D. Laywell, D.A. Steindler). 27. Induced neurogenesis by endogenous progenitor cells in the adult mammalian brain (E. Chmielnicki, S.A. Goldman). 28. The use of human embryonic stem cells for research: an ethical evaluation (G. De Wert). Subject Index.

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496
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English
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About the Editors

M.A. Hofman Editor

G.J. Boer Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

Netherlands Institute for Brain Research

Eus JW Van Someren Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

The Netherlands Institute for Brain Research, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

J. Verhaagen Editor

D.F. Swaab Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

Netherlands Institute for Brain Research, Meibergdreef 33, 1105 AZ Amsterdam, The Netherlands

A.J.G.D. Holtmaat Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

Netherlands Institute for Brain Research, Meibergdreef 33, 1105 AZ Amsterdam, The Netherlands