Brain regeneration from pluripotent stem cells in planarian.

@article{Agata2008BrainRF,
  title={Brain regeneration from pluripotent stem cells in planarian.},
  author={Kiyokazu Agata and Yoshihiko Umesono},
  journal={Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences},
  year={2008},
  volume={363 1500},
  pages={2071-8}
}
How can planarians regenerate their brain? Recently we have identified many genes critical for this process. Brain regeneration can be divided into five steps: (1) anterior blastema formation, (2) brain rudiment formation, (3) pattern formation, (4) neural network formation, and (5) functional recovery. Here we will describe the structure and process of regeneration of the planarian brain in the first part, and then introduce genes involved in brain regeneration in the second part. Especially… CONTINUE READING
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