Marchetti, Bianca Maria and Kettenmann, Helmut and Streit, Wolfgang J. (2005) Introduction [to workshop Glial-Neuron Crosstalk in Neuroinflammation, Neurodegeneration and Neuroprotection, Torino, Italy, May 13-17, 2004]. Brain Research Reviews, Vol. 48 (2), p. 129-132. ISSN 0165-0173. Article.
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There has been growing awareness among neurobiologists in recent years regarding the importance of understanding the molecular interactions that occur between neurons and glia in the CNS, particularly as it pertains to CNS pathological states with major impacts on society, such as trauma, stroke, and neurodegenerative diseases. It is now recognized that neurons are highly dependent on glial cells for providing structural and metabolic support constitutively, and that the extent of neurodegeneration and the degree to which neurons are protected from degeneration during CNS injury and disease are influenced greatly by the activity of non-neuronal glial cells.
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