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Cortical injury, in combination with Notch signalling depletion, recruits parenchymal astrocytes into a neurogenic program to generate new interneurons. Transcriptional profiling of the astrocytes as they transition towards the neuronal lineage fate, revealed that silencing of Notch initiates a neural stem cell program in both injured and intact cortices, and that neurogenesis occurs after injury independently of reactive gliosis. Furthermore, comparison of transcriptional programs revealed that cortical and subventricular zone neurogenesis develop along similar molecular trajectories.

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Somatic mutations label cells that share a recent common ancestry and can be used to trace cell lineage in humans. Identification of somatic mutations is challenging due to errors and biases in single cell DNA sequencing data. Conbase enables the identification of somatic mutations with high confidence and low false discovery rate by taking advantage of read phasing.

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Attenuation of the fibrotic scarring that is derived from a subpopulation of perivascular cells, termed type A pericytes, reduces fibrosis, astrogliosis and inflammation, and increases axon regeneration below the level of the lesion after spinal cord injury in mice. Mice with reduced fibrotic scarring showed improved functional recovery after injury. These findings identify pericyte-derived scarring as a target for therapies against spinal cord i​njury.

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Astrocytes in the striatum of adult mice activate a neurogenic program in response to experimental stroke or  deletion of the Notch-mediating transcription factor Rbpj. They generate transit-amplifying cells that divide to generate ~40 neuroblasts per starting astrocyte. Some of the neuroblasts mature into neurons.

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Carbon-14 dating of hippocampal neurons in humans showed ongoing neurogenesis in adulthood. A closer look at the dynamics of hippocampal neuron renewal revealed that one-third of all hippocampal neurons may be subject to exchange in an adult human. The annual turnover rate of hippocampal neurons within the group of renewing neurons is 1.75%.

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