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Molecular Aspects of Nerve Regeneration

  • L. Austin

Abstract

Regeneration in the nervous system is quite unlike that in other tissues. The processes of regeneration have been studied extensively in such systems as mammalian liver after removal of one or more lobes as well as in amphibian limbs after amputation, but in both of these instances the regenerative process involves rapid cell division followed by cellular organization. In the nervous system, there is one major difference: there is no division of the mature neuron, although extensive division may occur in ancillary cells such as glia, Schwann cells, and endothelial cells or pericytes of adjacent blood vessels. The regenerative process in the neuron is one in which there is progressive replacement and elongation of part, and often a large part, of the damaged neuron, usually the axon.

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Optic Nerve Nerve Growth Factor Sciatic Nerve Vagus Nerve Nerve Regeneration 
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  • L. Austin
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  1. 1.Department of BiochemistryMonash UniversityClaytonAustralia

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