Glial Cell Function (Relié)

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  • Paru le : 01/01/2001
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  • GLIAL CELL DEVELOPMENT: ORIGIN AND PHENOTYPE ACQUISITION
    • Regulation of genes involved in Schwann cell development and differentiation
    • Regulation of radial glia phenotype
    • Astrocytic intermediate filaments: lessons from GFAP and vimentin knock-out mice
    • Glial cells: a target for steroid hormones
    • Thyroid hormone role in nervous system morphogenesis
    • Early origin and colonization of the developing central nervous system by microglial precursors
    • Microglia: its development and role as a neuropathology sensor
    • Colonisation of the human central nervous system by microglia: the roles of chemokines and vascular adhesion molecules
  • MYELINATION, DEMYELINATION AND REMYELINATION
    • Astrocyte influences on oligodendrocyte progenitor migration
    • Tenascin-R as a regulator of CNS glial cell function
    • Process extension and myelin sheet formation in maturing oligodendrocytes
    • Recent advances in human perinatal white matter injury
    • Models for demyelination
    • The response of adult oligodendrocyte progenitors to demyelination in EAE
    • Neural precursors and demyelinating diseases
    • What roles do growth factors play in CNS remyelination?
  • GLIAL-NEURONAL INTERACTIONS
    • Molecular mechanisms of interactions between radial glia and neurons
    • Connexins and gap junctional communication in astrocytes are targets for neuroglial interaction
    • Glial signaling in response to neuronal activity in the leech central nervous system
    • Glial cells as active partners in synaptic functions
    • Calcium signaling in retinal glial cells and its effect on neuronal activity
    • Neuron-astrocyte cross-talk during synaptic transmission: physiological and neuropathological implications
    • Regulation of glutamate transporters in health and disease
    • Ionotropic glutamate receptors in astrocytes
    • Metabotropic glutamate receptors in freshly isolated astrocytes from rat hippocampus
    • The pleiotropin/midkine family of cytokines: role in glial-neuronal signaling
    • The nitric oxide/cyclic GMP system in astroglial cells
    • Glial diffusion barriers during aging and pathological states
  • GLIAL RESPONSE TO INJURY AND MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF NEUROPROTECTION
    • Glial cell responses to lipids bound to albumin in serum and plasma
    • Glial activation in the immature rat brain: implication of inflammatory transcription factors and cytokine expression
    • Role of nuclear factor kappa B in neuropathological mechanisms
    • Ischemia: astrocytes show their sensitive side
    • Adaptative responses of spinal astrocytes to oxidative stress
    • Glial expression of heat shock proteins (HSPs) and oxygen-regulated proteins (ORPs)
    • Nitric oxide-mediated mitochondrial impairment in neural cells: a role for glucose metabolism in neuroprotection
    • Keeping TNF-induced apoptosis under control in astrocytes: PEA-15 as a 'double key' on caspase-dependent and MAP-kinase-dependent pathways
    • Astroglia play a key role in the neuroprotectioe actions of estrogen
  • INFLAMMATION AND CYTOKINE SIGNALLING
    • Cytokine-mediated inflammation and signaling in the intact central nervous system
    • Inhibition of nitric oxide production for down-regulation of CNS inflammation and demyelination
    • Chemokine targets in acute brain injury and disease
    • Microglial chemokines and chemokine receptors
    • The role of chemokines and chemokine receptors in CNS inflammation
    • Signals regulating neurotrophin expression in glial cells
    • Microglial signaling cascades in neurodegenerative disease
  • REPAIR AND REGENERATION
    • Transcription factors in nerve regeneration
    • The role of astrocytes in axonal regeneration in the mammalian CNS
    • Chondroitin sulphate proteoglycans: inhibitory components of the glial scar
    • Axon regeneration across the dorsal root entry zone
    • Transplants of olfactory bulb ensheathing cells promote functional repair of multiple dorsal rhizotomy
    • Regulatable and cell-type specific transgene expression in glial cells: prospects for gene therapy for neurological disorders
  • THERAPEUTICAL APPROACHES TO TUMOURS, VIRAL AND PRION INFECTIONS
    • Immune escape of gliomas
    • Clinical trials of adenoviral-mediated suicide gene therapy of malignant gliomas
    • Gene therapy of glioblastomas: from suicide to homicide
    • Glial cells as targets of viral infection in the human central nervous system
    • Pathogenesis of prion diseases: possible implications of microglial cells
  • Date de parution : 01/01/2001
  • Editeur : Elsevier Science
  • Collection : Progress in Brain Research
  • ISBN : 0-444-50508-3
  • EAN : 9780444505088
  • Présentation : Relié
  • Nb. de pages : 760 pages
  • Poids : 2.175 Kg
  • Dimensions : 20,5 cm × 26,5 cm × 13,5 cm

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