Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

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May 2005

Volume 1049 Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity

Pages ix–xii, 1–198

  1. Preface

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part I. Regional Determinants of Cell Fate
    4. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part II. Intrinsic Determinants of Stem Cells
    5. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part III. Transdifferentiation
    6. Article: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation
    7. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation
    8. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part V. Reciprocal Communication between Graft and Host
    1. Frontmatter

      Preface (pages ix–xii)

      JITKA OUREDNIK, VÁCLAV OUREDNIK, DONALD SAKAGUCHI and MARIT NILSEN-HAMILTON

      Article first published online: 9 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1196/annals.1334.020

  2. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part I. Regional Determinants of Cell Fate

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part I. Regional Determinants of Cell Fate
    4. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part II. Intrinsic Determinants of Stem Cells
    5. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part III. Transdifferentiation
    6. Article: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation
    7. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation
    8. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part V. Reciprocal Communication between Graft and Host
  3. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part II. Intrinsic Determinants of Stem Cells

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part I. Regional Determinants of Cell Fate
    4. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part II. Intrinsic Determinants of Stem Cells
    5. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part III. Transdifferentiation
    6. Article: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation
    7. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation
    8. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part V. Reciprocal Communication between Graft and Host
  4. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part III. Transdifferentiation

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part I. Regional Determinants of Cell Fate
    4. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part II. Intrinsic Determinants of Stem Cells
    5. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part III. Transdifferentiation
    6. Article: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation
    7. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation
    8. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part V. Reciprocal Communication between Graft and Host
    1. Umbilical Cord Blood-Derived Stem Cells and Brain Repair (pages 67–83)

      PAUL R. SANBERG, ALISON E. WILLING, SVITLANA GARBUZOVA-DAVIS, SAMUEL SAPORTA, GUOQING LIU, CYNDY DAVIS SANBERG, PAULA C. BICKFORD, STEPHEN K. KLASKO and NAGWA S. EL-BADRI

      Article first published online: 9 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1196/annals.1334.008

    2. Infusion of Human Umbilical Cord Blood Ameliorates Neurologic Deficits in Rats with Hemorrhagic Brain Injury (pages 84–96)

      ZHENHONG NAN, ANDREW GRANDE, CYNDY D. SANBERG, PAUL R. SANBERG and WALTER C. LOW

      Article first published online: 9 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1196/annals.1334.009

    3. How Wnt Signaling Affects Bone Repair by Mesenchymal Stem Cells from the Bone Marrow (pages 97–106)

      CARL A. GREGORY, WILLIAM G. GUNN, EMIGDIO REYES, ANGELA J. SMOLARZ, JAMES MUNOZ, JEFFREY L. SPEES and DARWIN J. PROCKOP

      Article first published online: 9 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1196/annals.1334.010

  5. Article: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part I. Regional Determinants of Cell Fate
    4. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part II. Intrinsic Determinants of Stem Cells
    5. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part III. Transdifferentiation
    6. Article: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation
    7. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation
    8. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part V. Reciprocal Communication between Graft and Host
  6. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part I. Regional Determinants of Cell Fate
    4. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part II. Intrinsic Determinants of Stem Cells
    5. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part III. Transdifferentiation
    6. Article: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation
    7. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation
    8. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part V. Reciprocal Communication between Graft and Host
    1. Neural Progenitor Cell Transplants into the Developing and Mature Central Nervous System (pages 118–134)

      D.S. SAKAGUCHI, S J. Van HOFFELEN, S D. GROZDANIC, Y H. KWON, R H. KARDON and M J. YOUNG

      Article first published online: 9 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1196/annals.1334.012

    2. Stem Cells for Retinal Degenerative Disorders (pages 135–145)

      JASON S. MEYER, MARTIN L. KATZ and MARK D. KIRK

      Article first published online: 9 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1196/annals.1334.013

    3. The Miniature Pig as an Animal Model in Biomedical Research (pages 161–171)

      PETR VODIČKA, KAREL SMETANA JR., BARBORA DVOŘÁNKOVÁ, TERESA EMERICK, YINGZHI Z. XU, JITKA OUREDNIK, VÁCLAV OUREDNIK and JAN MOTLÍK

      Article first published online: 9 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1196/annals.1334.015

  7. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part V. Reciprocal Communication between Graft and Host

    1. Top of page
    2. Preface
    3. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part I. Regional Determinants of Cell Fate
    4. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part II. Intrinsic Determinants of Stem Cells
    5. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part III. Transdifferentiation
    6. Article: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation
    7. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part IV. Stem Cell Responses to Perturbation
    8. Stem Cell Biology: Development and Plasticity: Part V. Reciprocal Communication between Graft and Host
    1. Grafted Neural Stem Cells Shield the Host Environment from Oxidative Stress (pages 185–188)

      LALITHA MADHAVAN, VÁCLAV OUREDNIK and JITKA OUREDNIK

      Article first published online: 9 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1196/annals.1334.017

    2. Administration of Allogenic Stem Cells Dosed to Secure Cardiogenesis and Sustained Infarct Repair (pages 189–198)

      ATTA BEHFAR, DENICE M. HODGSON, LEONID V. ZINGMAN, CARMEN PEREZ-TERZIC, SATSUKI YAMADA, GARVAN C. KANE, ALEXEY E. ALEKSEEV, MICHEL PUCÉAT and ANDRE TERZIC

      Article first published online: 9 JAN 2006 | DOI: 10.1196/annals.1334.018

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