3 years ago

Deriving, regenerating, and engineering CNS tissues using human pluripotent stem cells

Deriving, regenerating, and engineering CNS tissues using human pluripotent stem cells
Progress in deriving a spectrum of central nervous system cell phenotypes from human pluripotent stem cells has spurred significant advances in in vitro modeling and development of regenerative therapies for neurological disorders. While the clinical impact of these advances is still being evaluated, their integration with advanced tissue engineering methodologies and therapeutic approaches that induce neural circuit plasticity, respectively, remain underexplored frontiers.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0958166917300101

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