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Нейрогенез у взрослых позвоночных животных: вопросы адаптации, эволюции и функциональной специализации.

Автор: Пущина Е.В., Жарикова Е.И., Вараксин А.А.

  Индекс УДК: 591.48:591.88 | Страницы: 55–61 | Полный текст статьи. PDF файл | Скачать PDF 

Аннотация:

В обзоре сравниваются современные сведения о ней рогенезе в мозге млекопитающих и понимание этого процесса у рыб, рептилий, амфибий и птиц. В ходе изучения молекуляр ных и клеточных особенностей долгоживущих нейрональных клеток-предшественников, определенных для каждого класса, получены доказательства, что взрослые клетки-предшествен ники нейронов немлекопитающих позвоночных эквивалент ны по своим свойствам стволовым клеткам млекопитающих. Эти наблюдения поднимают принципиальный вопрос о том, почему нейрогенез присутствует у одних видов животных и отсутствует у других. Дискуссия, посвященная данной теме, объединяет рассмотрение внутренних и внешних факто ров, усиливающих или препятствующих пластичности мозга и того, каким образом она изменяется в течение жизни у раз ных видов животных.

Ссылки на авторов:
Е.В. Пущина, Е.И. Жарикова, А.А. Вараксин
Институт биологии моря им. А.В. Жирмунского Дальневосточного отделения Российской академии наук (690041, г. Владивосток, ул. Пальчевского, 17)
Пущина Евгения Владиславовна – д-р биол. наук, профессор РАН, ведущий научный сотрудник ИБМ; e-mail: Этот адрес электронной почты защищен от спам-ботов. У вас должен быть включен JavaScript для просмотра.


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