In Vitro–Derived “Neural Stem Cells” Function as Neural Progenitors Without the Capacity for Self‐Renewal

@article{Marshall2006InV,
  title={In Vitro–Derived “Neural Stem Cells” Function as Neural Progenitors Without the Capacity for Self‐Renewal},
  author={G. Marshall and E. Laywell and T. Zheng and D. Steindler and E. Scott},
  journal={STEM CELLS},
  year={2006},
  volume={24}
}
Hematopoietic stem cells have been defined by their ability to self‐renew and successfully reconstitute hematopoiesis throughout the life of a transplant recipient. Neural stem cells (NSCs) are believed to exist in the regenerating regions of the brain in adult mice: the subependymal zone (SEZ) of the lateral ventricles (LVs) and the hippocampal dentate gyrus. Cells from the SEZ can be cultured to generate neurospheres or multipotent astrocytic stem cells (MASCs), both of which demonstrate the… Expand
Stem cells for neural regeneration--a potential application of very small embryonic-like stem cells.
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