Mike Moseley

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Endogenous neural stem cells normally reside in their niche, the subventricular zone, in the uninjured rodent brain. Upon stroke, these cells become more proliferative and migrate away from the subventricular zone into the surrounding parenchyma. It is not known whether this stroke-induced behavior is due to changes in the niche or introduction of(More)
  • Theodore Lutterman, Vera Hollen, Robert Shaw, Marie Huddle, Kathleen Monihan, Stephen W Mayberg +137 others
  • 2004
Data Compilation under subcontract from Acknowledgments A project of this magnitude could not have been accomplished without the tremendous contribution and assistance of the State Mental Health Agency directors and their staff who gave generously of their time and knowledge to coordinate the compilation and review of their state mental health agency data.(More)
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