The chemokine receptor cxcr5 regulates the regenerative neurogenesis response in the adult zebrafish brain

@inproceedings{Kizil2012TheCR,
  title={The chemokine receptor cxcr5 regulates the regenerative neurogenesis response in the adult zebrafish brain},
  author={Caghan Kizil and Stefanie Dudczig and Nikos Kyritsis and Anja Machate and Juliane Blaesche and Volker Kroehne and Michael Brand},
  booktitle={Neural Development},
  year={2012}
}
Unlike mammals, zebrafish exhibits extensive neural regeneration after injury in adult stages of its lifetime due to the neurogenic activity of the radial glial cells. However, the genes involved in the regenerative neurogenesis response of the zebrafish brain are largely unknown. Thus, understanding the underlying principles of this regeneration capacity of the zebrafish brain is an interesting research realm that may offer vast clinical ramifications. In this paper, we characterized the… CONTINUE READING
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