By Oded Abramsky, D. Alastair S. Compston, Ariel Miller, Gerard Said
During this quantity, top scientists assessment new findings on how the primary worried procedure (CNS) responds to damage. mind disorder addresses the mechanisms of CNS issues, similar to a number of sclerosis, Alzheimer's ailment, stroke and worrying mind damage. recognition is targeted at the position of genetic and environmental components, pathophysiology of immune-mediated mind harm, blood-brain barrier eruption and mind edema, apoptotic mechanisms and the matrix metalloproteinases. different themes comprise fix mechanisms, gene remedy and using stem cells for CNS remyelination. The textual content is key for working towards neurologists, neurosurgeons, geriatricians and scholars in these fields.
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Brain Disease: therapeutic strategies and repair by Oded Abramsky, D. Alastair S. Compston, Ariel Miller, Gerard Said