|Other titles||Proceedings of the Third Conference of the Institute of Developmental Neuroscience and Aging, held in Torino, Italy, April 5-7, 1990|
|Statement||edited by Paola S. Timiras, Alain Privat, Ezio Giacobini, Jean Lauder, Antonia Vernadakis|
|Series||Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology -- 296, Advances in experimental medicine and biology -- 296.|
|Contributions||Privat, Alain, Giacobini, Ezio, Lauder, Jean, Vernadakis, Antonia|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xi, 365 p.)|
|Number of Pages||365|
|ISBN 10||1468480499, 1468480472|
|ISBN 10||9781468480498, 9781468480474|
Plasticity and Regeneration of the Nervous System. Editors (view affiliations) Paola S. Timiras; Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume ) Log in to check access. Buy eBook. USD Buy eBook. USD Glia Nervous System Regeneration neurobiology neuroscience. Editors and. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm. Contents: Establishment of the form of the peripheral nervous system / D.F. Newgreen --Neural crest cell differentiation / G.G. Leblanc and M.E. Bronner-Fraser --Cellular and molecular influences on neurite outgrowth / J.K. Ivins and R.N. Pittman - . Maximo Zimerman, Friedhelm C. Hummel, in The Stimulated Brain, Plasticity in the central nervous system: animal studies. Neuronal plasticity is generally defined as the ability of the brain to change its structure and/or function in response to internal and external constraints or goals (Pascual-Leone, Amedi, Fregni, & Merabet, ).This process can occur at various levels of brain. Development, Regeneration and Plasticity of the Autonomic Nervous System - CRC Press Book × Close Development, Regeneration and Plasticity of the Autonomic Nervous System 1st Edition. George Hendry. Hardback $ CRC Press Published December 4, Reference - Pages.
Books Book Series Online Platforms Open Access Books. Search. Enlarge Download. SAVE $ 1st Edition Development, Regeneration and Plasticity of the Autonomic Nervous System By George Hendry. Hardback $ ISBN Published December 4, by CRC Press Regeneration and Plasticity of the Autonomic Nervous System. 2. Cell death and plasticity after experimental spinal cord injury (M.S. Beattie, Q. Li and J.C. Bresnahan). 3) The multi-domain structure of extracellular matrix molecules: implications for nervous system regeneration (S. Meiners, M.L.T. Mercado and H.M. Geller). 4. Spinal cord injury-induced inflammation: a dual-edged sword (J.R. Bethea). Edition: 1. Start studying Development and plasticity of the nervous system. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Plasticity and regeneration of the nervous system; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Aging, Growth, Congresses, Nervous system, Regeneration, Neuroplasticity.
This book describes current information about the three areas mentioned in the title: neuronal migration and development, degenerative brain diseases, and neural plasticity and regeneration. The chapters in the first section of the book examine the cellular and molecular mechanisms by which neurons are generated from the ventricular zone in the forebrain and migrate to their destinations in. Unlike the adult central nervous system, where the potential for axonal growth and neurogenesis is very limited and plasticity (in response to stimulus) and regeneration (in response to injury. Plasticity and regeneration in the peripheral nervous system. Geuna S(1), Fornaro M, Raimondo S, Giacobini-Robecchi MG. Author information: (1)Department of Clinical and Biological Sciences, "San Luigi Gonzaga" Medical Faculty, University of Turin, Regione Gonz Orbassano (TO), Italy. @d by: Vertebrate sensory neurons occupy a unique place in the nervous system, conveying information from the periphery to the CNS. While sensory physiologists have long recognized differences in response properties among cells in dorsal root and cranial ganglia, the full extent of heterogeneity among these neurons has only recently become apparent.