Intermittent, low dose carbon monoxide exposure enhances survival and dopaminergic differentiation of human neural stem cells

@inproceedings{DreyerAndersen2018IntermittentLD,
  title={Intermittent, low dose carbon monoxide exposure enhances survival and dopaminergic differentiation of human neural stem cells},
  author={Nanna Dreyer-Andersen and Ana Sofia Almeida and Pia S{\o}ndergaard Jensen and Morad Kamand and Justyna Okarmus and Tine Rosenberg and Stig D Friis and Alberto Mart{\'i}nez Serrano and Morten Blaabjerg and Bjarne Winther Kristensen and Troels Skrydstrup and Jan Bert Gramsbergen and Helena L A Vieira and Morten Meyer},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2018}
}
Exploratory studies using human fetal tissue have suggested that intrastriatal transplantation of dopaminergic neurons may become a future treatment for patients with Parkinson's disease. However, the use of human fetal tissue is compromised by ethical, regulatory and practical concerns. Human stem cells constitute an alternative source of cells for transplantation in Parkinson's disease, but efficient protocols for controlled dopaminergic differentiation need to be developed. Short-term, low… CONTINUE READING
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