Mutated IkappaBalpha represses proliferation of immortalized neural progenitor cells and prevents their apoptosis after oxygen-glucose deprivation.

@article{Zhu2008MutatedIR,
  title={Mutated IkappaBalpha represses proliferation of immortalized neural progenitor cells and prevents their apoptosis after oxygen-glucose deprivation.},
  author={Chang Lian Zhu and Zhiheng Liu and Lingli Gui and Wen-long Yao and Wei Qian and Chuan-han Zhang},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2008},
  volume={1244},
  pages={24-31}
}
Endogenic and transplanted neural progenitor cells (NPCs) can be activated by cerebral ischemia and take part in the regeneration of neural function. NF-kappaB was found activated in the same pathology procedure and was assumed to play a crucial role in regulating NPCs' physiology. But it is still not clear whether NF-kappaB is activated in NPCs in cerebral… CONTINUE READING