This unique reference presents studies from leading laboratories that are studying the effects of CNS transplants on neuronal plasticity and recovery of function after CNS injury. Topics covered include tropic influences, reinnervation patterns, and prevention of cell death that range from pre-clinical models of Parkinson's disease in primates to studies of restoration of circadian rhythms in rats. Techniques of neurotransplantation are presented, including current limitations and future projections of advancement.... E -rMultiple membrane associated COOH-terminal fragments FIGURE 17a3 Schematic diagram of SAPP processing. ... and its COOH-terminal derivatives are processed by the endosomal/lysosomal system is supported by (1) studies of cultured cells as well as AD and control brain showing punctate labeling by anti- 3APP antibodies consistent with the localization of 3APP to lysosomes;* (2) theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Neural Transplantation, CNS Neuronal Injury, and Regeneration|
|Author||:||Joe Marwah, Herman Teitelbaum, Kedar N. Prasad|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1994-02-23|