Injury-Induced Neurogenesis: Consideration of Resident Microglia as Supportive of Neural Progenitor Cells

Abstract

The induction of neurogenesis in the adult subgranular zone (SGZ) by injury is often accompanied by changes in the extracellular environment that can have significant impacts on neural progenitor cells (NPCs). We examined the induction of neurogenesis in the SGZ at 72 h following an injection of the hippocampal toxicant, trimethyltin (TMT; 2 mg/kg, ip… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s12640-010-9199-6

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