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    Herman, Paige E. Papatheodorou, Angelos Bryant, Stephanie A. Waterbury, Courtney K. M. Herdy, Joseph R. Arcese, Anthony A. Buxbaum, Joseph D. Smith, Jeramiah J. Morgan, Jennifer R. and Bloom, Ona 2018. Highly conserved molecular pathways, including Wnt signaling, promote functional recovery from spinal cord injury in lampreys. Scientific Reports, Vol. 8, Issue. 1,


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  • Volume 1: Neural Repair and Plasticity, 2nd edition
  • Edited by Michael Selzer, Shriners Hospitals Pediatric Research Center, Temple University School of Medicine , Stephanie Clarke, Department of Neurology, University Hospital, Lausanne , Leonardo Cohen, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, Bethesda, Maryland , Gert Kwakkel, Department of Rehabilitation, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam , Robert Miller, Case Western Reserve University, Ohio

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In two freestanding volumes, the Textbook of Neural Repair and Rehabilitation provides comprehensive coverage of the science and practice of neurological rehabilitation. Revised throughout, bringing the book fully up to date, this volume, Neural Repair and Plasticity, covers the basic sciences relevant to recovery of function following injury to the nervous system, reviewing anatomical and physiological plasticity in the normal central nervous system, mechanisms of neuronal death, axonal regeneration, stem cell biology, and research strategies targeted at axon regeneration and neuron replacement. New chapters have been added covering pathophysiology and plasticity in cerebral palsy, stem cell therapies for brain disorders and neurotrophin repair of spinal cord damage, along with numerous others. Edited and written by leading international authorities, it is an essential resource for neuroscientists and provides a foundation for the work of clinical rehabilitation professionals.

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