Stem cells and neurological disease.

@article{Barker2003StemCA,
  title={Stem cells and neurological disease.},
  author={Roger A. Barker and Monica Jain and Richard J. E. Armstrong and Maeve A Caldwell},
  journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry},
  year={2003},
  volume={74 5},
  pages={553-7}
}
here has recently been a great deal of interest in stem cells and the nervous system, in terms of their potential for deciphering developmental issues as well as their therapeutic potential. In this editorial we will critically appraise the different types of stem cells, their therapeutic implications, and the applications to which they have been put, with the hope that the hype that surround these cells can be distinguished from the scientific reality. Stem cells were originally defined in the… CONTINUE READING

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