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Expansion of Embryonic and Adult Neural Stem Cells by In Utero Electroporation or Viral Stereotaxic Injection

DOI :

10.3791/4093-v

19:45 min

October 6th, 2012

October 6th, 2012

16,259 Views

1DFG - Research Center and Cluster of Excellence for Regenerative Therapies Dresden, Germany

Controlling the expansion of somatic stem cells is a major factor hampering their study and use in therapy. Here we describe a system to temporally control neural stem cells expansion during development and adulthood, which can be used to increase the number of neurons generated in the mouse brain.

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Embryonic Neural Stem Cells

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