Neuronal Grafting and Alzheimer's Disease by F.H. GageNeuronal Grafting and Alzheimer's Disease by F.H. Gage

Neuronal Grafting and Alzheimer's Disease

byF.H. GageEditorA. Privat

Paperback | April 9, 2012

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Title:Neuronal Grafting and Alzheimer's DiseaseFormat:PaperbackDimensions:202 pages, 0.09 × 0.06 × 0.01 inPublished:April 9, 2012Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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Neuronal Grafting and Alzheimer's Disease: Introduction.- Nigral and Striatal Grafts to the Lesioned Neostriatum: Models of Graft Function.- Intracerebral Grafts of Dopaminergic Neurons: A Discussion of Their Functional Effects and Mechanisms of Action.- Purkinje Cell Replacement by Intracerebellar Neuronal Implants in an Animal Model of Heredodegenerative Ataxia: An Overview.- Spontaneous Remyelination and Intracerebral Grafting of Myelinating Cells in Mammals.- Synaptic Plasticity vs Pathology in Alzheimer's Disease: Implications for Transplantation.- Host Immune Responses to Neural Transplantation: A Possible Model for Autoimmune Diseases of the Central Nervous System.- NGF in CNS: Sites of Synthesis and Effects of Novel Ways to Administer NGF on Intrinsic Cholinergic Neurons and Grafts of Cholinergic Neurons and Their Target Areas.- Short-Term Memory in Rodent Models of Ageing: Effects of Cortical Cholinergic Grafts.- Pathophysiology of the Subcortically Deafferented Hippocampus: Improvement and Deterioration of Function by Fetal Grafts.- Can Fetal Cell Grafts be Expected to Ameliorate Symptoms of Human Neurodegenerative Disorders? Evidence from Animal Models.- Age-Related Changes in Rat Hippocampal Noradrenergic Transmission: Insights from In Oculo Transplants.- Neural Grafts and Neurotransmitter Interactions in Cognitive Deficits.- Serotonin-Expressing Cells from Different Microregions of the Embryonic Rat Rhombencephalon: Behaviour in Cell Culture and in Transplants to the Adult Spinal Cord.- Two Approaches for the Reversal of Phenobarbital-Induced Behavioral Birth Defects.- Differential Neural Plasticity of Diffuse Monoaminergic and Point-to-Point Sensory Afferents as Demonstrated by Responses to Target Deprivation and Fetal Neural Transplants.- Deleterious and "Overshoot" Effects of Intracerebral Transplants.