Neurogenesis - Wikipedia - adult mammalian

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Oct 01, 2015 · Introduction. It is now established that neural progenitor/stem cells (NSCs) reside in the adult mammalian brain and contribute to brain plasticity throughout life (Kempermann and Gage, 1999).Joseph Altman first suggested that neurogenesis, or the generation of new neurons, occurs beyond development in the adult mammalian brain (Altman and Das, 1965).Cited by: 281.

Nov 06, 2001 · Chromosomal variation in neurons of the developing and adult mammalian nervous system. Stevens Kastrup Rehen, * embryonic cortical cells supported the rate of aneuploidy observed by spectral karyotyping and detected aneuploidy in adult neurons. Our results demonstrate that genomes of developing and adult neurons can be different at the Cited by: 310.

Neurogenesis is most active during embryonic development, and is responsible for producing all the various types of neurons of the organism, but continues throughout adult life in a variety of organisms. Once born, neurons do not divide (see mitosis), and many will live the lifetime of the animal.MeSH: D055495.

Main Text Introduction. It is now established that neural progenitor/stem cells (NSCs) reside in the adult mammalian brain and contribute to brain plasticity throughout life (Kempermann and Gage, 1999).Joseph Altman first suggested that neurogenesis, or the generation of new neurons, occurs beyond development in the adult mammalian brain (Altman and Das, 1965).Cited by: 281.

Oct 01, 2015 · Adult somatic stem cells share fundamental properties, including self-renewal, relative quiescence, differentiation capacity, and residence within a specific environment or niche (Figure 1A).We focus on recent progress delineating the composition of specialized neurogenic niches, signaling mechanisms, and potential functions of NSCs in the adult mammalian brain.Cited by: 281.