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Recent Advances in Parkinson's Disease

by Anders (Lund University, Lund, Sweden) Bjorklund

Part of the Progress in Brain Research Series

Recent Advances in Parkinson's Disease Synopsis

Recent Advances in Parkinsons Disease Research, Volume 252, represents a follow-up on two previous volumes presented in the Progress in Brain Research series, Volumes 193 and 193, both published in 2010. It contains a collection of overview articles written by leading researchers in Parkinson's, discussing the most important advances made in basic, translational and clinical research. Topics of note in this new release include What can we learn from iPS cell models of PD, What can we learn from animal models of PD?, Molecular basis of selective neuronal vulnerability in PD, Role of innate and adaptive immunity in Parkinsons disease, and much more.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780444642608
Publication date: 2nd April 2020
Author: Anders (Lund University, Lund, Sweden) Bjorklund
Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd an imprint of Elsevier Science & Technology
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 574 pages
Categories: Neurology & clinical neurophysiology, Neurosciences, Physiological & neuro-psychology, biopsychology,

About Anders (Lund University, Lund, Sweden) Bjorklund

Anders Bjoerklund is Senior Professor of neuroscience at Lund University (Sweden). His research career at Lund University spans over more than 50 years, and has resulted in a publication list that covers over 600 papers. His major achievements are in the field of cell transplantation and brain repair. He started this line of research in the mid 1970ies, based on the idea that immature neurons can be used to restore brain circuitry and promote functional recovery in animal models of neurodegenerative diseases. During this period, 1975-1985, his group pioneered this approach using cells obtained from the fetal brain. Anders and his clinical ...

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