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Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology aims to cover all the latest and outstanding developments in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology. Each issue of the journal contains a series of timely in-depth reviews written by leaders in the field covering a range of current topics in both pre-clinical and clinical areas of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology. Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology is an essential journal for academic, clinical, government and pharmaceutical scientists who wish to be kept informed and up-to-date with the latest and most important developments.

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Volume 8, Number 3, June 2007

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Bromodeoxyuridine and the Detection of Neurogenesis
pp. 127-131(5)
Authors: H. Georg Kuhn; Christiana M. Cooper-Kuhn

Fluorescence Activated Cell Sorting: A Window on the Stem Cell
pp. 133-139(7)
Authors: K.W. Johnson; M. Dooner; P.J. Quesenberry

Using the Neurosphere Assay to Quantify Neural Stem Cells In Vivo
pp. 141-145(5)
Authors: Gregory P. Marshall; Brent A. Reynolds; Eric D. Laywell

Adult Neurogenesis: Can Analysis of Cell Cycle Proteins Move Us “Beyond BrdU”?
pp. 147-165(19)
Authors: Amelia J. Eisch; Chitra D. Mandyam

Microarray RNA/DNA in Different Stem Cell Lines
pp. 167-175(9)
Authors: A.C. Piscaglia; T. Shupe; A. Gasbarrini; B.E. Petersen

Techniques and Strategies to Analyze Neural Progenitor Cell Migration
pp. 177-185(9)
Authors: Isabelle Comte; Phuong B. Tran; Francis G. Szele

Adult Neurogenesis in Mesial Temporal Lobe Epilepsy: A Review of Recent Animal and Human Studies
pp. 187-194(8)
Authors: Y.W.J. Liu; E.W. Mee; P. Bergin; H.H. Teoh; B. Connor; M. Dragunow; R.L.M. Faull

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