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Astrocytes in Brain Aging and Neurodegeneration (Neuroscience Intelligence Unit)
Astrocytes in Brain Aging and Neurodegeneration (Neuroscience Intelligence Unit)

256 pages, 67 figures, 6 tables, hardcover This monograph is the first of its kind to focus specifically on the role of astroglia in aging-related human neurodegenerative disorders and experimental models of CNS senescence and degeneration. As such, this volume in the Neuroscience Intelligence Unit Series represents a novel and important...

Collagenases (Molecular Biology Intelligence Unit)
Collagenases (Molecular Biology Intelligence Unit)

Collagenases are an important subfamily of matrix metalloproteinases utilizing native collagens as a substrate. This book reviews a current knowledge of the structures and functions of collagenases and the roles they play in development, tumor metastasis, and tissue remodeling during wound healing. This review comes at a time when new...

Development of Dopaminergic Neurons (Neuroscience Intelligence Unit)
Development of Dopaminergic Neurons (Neuroscience Intelligence Unit)

The catecholamine dopamine (DA) plays a key role in the physiology of most vertebrate and invertebrate organisms. In addition to its role as a transmitter in the nervous system, it has a role in development. The relatively few DA neurons in the mammalian brain have important roles in many neural functions including fine motor integration,...

T-Cell Autoimmunity and Multiple Sclerosis (Neuroscience Intelligence Unit 5)
T-Cell Autoimmunity and Multiple Sclerosis (Neuroscience Intelligence Unit 5)

Reports on the latest advances in the field, for new and experienced scientists. Coverage includes the role of T-cells in multiple sclerosis (MS), T-cell autoimmunity and EAE in nonhuman primates, MBP-reactive T-cells in MS, and genetic engineering of brain-specific T-cells for treatment of diseases in the central nervous system. Also...

  
   
   
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