Current Topics in Pharmacology
12:30 PM, Wednesday, November 28, 2001
Room T-473 HSC
(NOTE: ROOM NUMBER HAS CHANGED FROM T-530/530A TO T-473)
Speaker: Lisa Walter
Topic: Where do thoughts really stem from?
The potential of bone marrow cells to provide new neurons
Brazelton TR, FMV Rossi, GI Keshet, HM Blau. (2000)
From marrow to brain: Expression of neuronal phenotypes in adult mice Science. (290): 1775-9.
Kopen GC, DJ Prockop, DG Phinney. (1999) Marrow stromal cells migrate throughout forebrain and cerebellum, and they differentiate into
astrocytes after injection into neonatal mouse brains.
PNAS. (96): 10711-6.
Mezey E, KJ Chandross, G Harta, RA Maki, SR McKercher. (2000) Turning
blood into brain: Cells bearing neuronal antigens generated in vivo from
bone marrow. Science. (290): 1779-82.
Woodbury D, EJ Schwarz, DJ Prockop, IB Black. (2000) Adult rat and human
bone marrow stromal cells differentiate into neurons. J Neurosci Res.. (61): 364-70.
Blau HM, TR Brazelton, JM Weimann. (2001) The evolving concept of a stem
cell: Entity or function? Cell. (105): 829-41.
Temple S. (2001) Stem cell plasticity -- building the brain of our dreams.
Nat Rev Neurosci. (2): 513-20.
Anderson DJ, FH Gage, IL Weissman. (2001) Can stem cells cross lineage
Nature Medicine. (7): 393-5.
2001-2002 Journal Club Schedule