Our new review on pathology-induced regenerative molecular programs of zebrafish brain is out!

  We have published a review article on the current knowledge about the damage-induced molecular programs that underlie the regenerative ability in zebrafish brain in Current Pathobiology Reports. The ability to regenerate lost neurons is one of the aims of designing regenerative therapies in humans. Zebrafish, with its extensive regenerative ability and superb aptitude for …

Neural stem cells in Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the most prevalent neurodegenerative disease and a worldwide health challenge. Different therapeutic approaches are being developed to revert or slow the loss of affected neurons. Alternatively, we also need to mobilize the existing neural stem/progenitor cells (NSPCs) to regenerate lost neurons despite the existing pathology and unfavorable environment. We need to induce …