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Neural Stem Cells

Chemokine Signaling Supports Olfactory Epithelium Neurogenesis

Chemokine signaling promotes homeostatic and injury‐induced neurogenesis in the olfactory system of postnatal mice

OPRK1 Regulates NSC Differentiation

OPRK1 agonists hinder adult neurogenesis through the miR‐7a‐5p-dependent regulation of Pax6 expression

Long-term In Vivo Monitoring of Stem Cells via Magneto‐endosymbiont Labeling

A new study highlights magneto‐endosymbiont-based imaging as an exciting new means to track human neural stem cells after transplantation

Exploring Gliogenesis in Preoligodendrocyte Progenitor Cell-derived Organoids

New research sought to establish whether prepatterned neural stem/progenitor cells facilitated glial specification during organoid development

Endogenous Stem Cell-mediated Self-repair in the Injured Spinal Cord

Spinal cord NSCs possess the potential to replace oligodendrocytes that promote axon remyelination following injury

iPSC Gliogenic Neural Progenitors for SCI

A new study reports the generation of neural stem/progenitor cells with gliogenic competence from clinically relevant human iPSCs

Modeling IUGR with Rabbit 3D Neurospheres

Researchers use three-dimensional rabbit neurospheres to model the neurodevelopmental effects of intrauterine growth restriction

Norepinephrine - A New Niche-specific Regulator of Adult Neurogenesis

The neurotransmitter norepinephrine functions as a regulator of adult neural progenitor cell proliferation within the periventricular regions of the adult mouse brain

MRI Tracking of Intracranial Stem Cell Grafts

Magneto‐endosymbionts may represent an effective tool for the in vivo monitoring of cell‐based therapies with potential relevance to neurological applications

NSCs Isolated from Preterm Infants May Pave the Way to New Treatment Strategies

Neural stem cells isolated from preterm infants may prompt the development of novel therapies that restore neurogliogenesis and attenuate neurocognitive deficits

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