Open Peer Commentary on 'Controversies in Neuroscience II: Neural Transplantation'
Neuwelt (E.A.), Etc.
Source: Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 18.1, March 1995, pp. 46 - 75
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Contents

  1. Anderson, Chatterjee & Graham: Neural Transplants1 are grey matters
  2. Baisden: Therapeutic uses for neural grafts: Progress slowed but not abandoned
  3. Blount. Kondoh, Pundt, Conrad, Jansen & Low: Immunobiology of neural transplants2 and functional incorporation of grafted dopamine neurons
  4. Bond: Repairing the brain: Trophic factor or transplant3?
  5. Cassel & Will: The structure, operation, and functionality of intracerebral grafts
  6. Chiang, Flores, Wen, Hall & Low: Gene therapy for neurodegenerative disorders and malignant brain tumors
  7. Crutcher: The ethics of fetal tissue grafting should be considered along with the science.
  8. Davidson: The limitations of central nervous system directed gene transfer
  9. Davis & Volpe: Building a rational foundation for neural transplantation4
  10. Dunnett: Multiple potential mechanisms of graft action is not a new idea
  11. Dunnett & Torres: Elegant studies of transplant-derived5 repair of cognitive performance
  12. Felten; Transplantation6, plasticity, and the aging host
  13. Freed & Smith; Principles of brain tissue engineering
  14. Haring: Therapeutic neural transplantation7: Boon or boondoggle?
  15. Li & Low: Intraretrosplenial grafts of cholinergic neurons and spatial memory function
  16. Lynch: Neural transplantation8, cognitive aging, and speech
  17. Moffett: Lessons on transplant9 survival from a successful model system
  18. Mufson & Sobreviela: The HGF superfamily of neurotrophins: Potential treatment for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases
  19. Nieto-Sampedro: CNS transplant10 utility amy survive even their hasty clinical application
  20. Privat & Giminez y Ribotta: The spinal cord as an alternative model for nerve tissue graft
  21. Ridley: Thinking about repairing thinking
  22. Sanders: Multiple obstacles to gene therapy in the brain
  23. Schallert: Models of neurological defects and defects in neurological models
  24. Seigel: Gene replacement therapy in the CNS: A view from the retina
  25. Silver & LeSauter: Studying restoration of brain function with fetal tissue grafts: Optimal models
  26. Stanfield: Difficulties inherent in the restoration of dynamically reactive brain systems
  27. Steece-Collier: Neural grafting in human disease versus animal models. Cautionary notes
  28. Strata & Rossi: Pathway rewiring with neural transplantation11
  29. Werth: Will brain tissue grafts become an important therapy to restore visual function in cerebrally blind patients?
  30. Woodruff: Behavioral effects of neural grafts: Action still is search of a mechanism

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