Special Neural Stem Cells Virtual Issue

Last Updated: 4 January 2017

This special virtual issue highlights a number of exciting papers published in the Sister Journals over the past two years. By way of introduction, Professor Noel Buckley provides an insightful commentary on the burgeoning field of neural stem cells, focusing on their potential to improve our understanding of neurological disease and to reveal novel therapeutic targets. He goes on to discuss the huge challenges that remain in the design of relevant experimental systems.
The manuscripts selected from STEM CELLS and STEM CELLS Translational Medicine for this collection illustrate the novelty and diversity of experimental approaches to neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative disorders currently underway globally.
We hope that you will be both informed and inspired by browsing this Virtual Issue!
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Video abstract from Dr. Cooke, et al. on his recently published STEM CELLS paper entitled, "Retinoic Acid Inducible Gene 1 Protein (RIG1)-like Receptor Pathway is Required for Efficient Nuclear Reprogramming." Read the paper here.

Video abstract from Drs. Cox, Hetz, Liao, Aertker, Ewing-Cobbs, Juranek, Savitz, Jackson, Romanowska-Pawliczek, Triolo, Dash, Pedroza, Lee, Worth, Aisiku, Choi, Holcomb, and Kitagawa on their recently published STEM CELLS paper entitled, "Treatment of Severe Adult Traumatic Brain Injury Using Bone Marrow Mononuclear Cells." Read the paper here.

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