Adult neurogenesis: a common strategy across diverse species.

@article{Sullivan2007AdultNA,
  title={Adult neurogenesis: a common strategy across diverse species.},
  author={Jeremy M. Sullivan and Jeanne L. Benton and David C. Sandeman and Barbara S. Beltz},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={2007},
  volume={500 3},
  pages={
          574-84
        }
}
Adult neurogenesis, the generation of new neurons from adult precursor cells, occurs in the brains of a phylogenetically diverse array of animals. In the higher (amniotic) vertebrates, these precursor cells are glial cells that reside within specialized regions, known as neurogenic niches, the elements of which both support and regulate neurogenesis. The in vivo identity and location of the precursor cells responsible for adult neurogenesis in nonvertebrate taxa, however, remain largely unknown… CONTINUE READING
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