Hippocampal neural stem cells rapidly change their metabolic profile during neuronal differentiation in cell culture

@inproceedings{Hrzov2016HippocampalNS,
  title={Hippocampal neural stem cells rapidly change their metabolic profile during neuronal differentiation in cell culture},
  author={Martina Hrůzov{\'a} and Nicola Zamboni and Sebastian Jessberger},
  year={2016}
}
Throughout life, neural stem/progenitor cells (NSPCs) produce new neurons in distinct regions of the mammalian brain, a process called adult neurogenesis. Hippocampal NSPCs undergo several developmental steps until they reach their final stage of fully differentiated neuronal progeny. Failing any of those steps can compromise adult neurogenesis, resulting in impaired function of the mammalian hippocampal circuit. Altered neurogenesis has been associated with impaired learning and memory as well… CONTINUE READING

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