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Syková, Eva National Library of Israel ISNI National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO

Syková, Eva, 1944- National Library of the Czech Republic NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library

Eva Syková Wikidata

VIAF ID: 35768707 (Personal)


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Alzheimer's Disease: Mechanism and Approach to Cell Therapy Wikidata
The Anti-Inflammatory Compound Curcumin Enhances Locomotor and Sensory Recovery after Spinal Cord Injury in Rats by Immunomodulation. Wikidata
Automated tracking of nanoparticle-labeled melanoma cells improves the predictive power of a brain metastasis model. Wikidata
Beneficial Effect of Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Neural Precursors in Spinal Cord Injury Repair. Wikidata
Brain metabolism and diffusion in the rat cerebral cortex during pilocarpine-induced status epilepticus. Wikidata
Buněčná terapie a regenerativní medicína (rozhlasové rozhovory) National Library of the Czech Republic
Cell death/proliferation and alterations in glial morphology contribute to changes in diffusivity in the rat hippocampus after hypoxia-ischemia. Wikidata
Complete rat spinal cord transection as a faithful model of spinal cord injury for translational cell transplantation Wikidata
Dynamické změny mikroprostředí nervových a receptorových buněk National Library of the Czech Republic
Dynamické změny velikosti a iontového složení extracelulárního prostoru v míše potkana National Library of the Czech Republic
Getting it right before transplantation: example of a stem cell model with regenerative potential for the CNS. Wikidata
Glial cells : their role in behaviour NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library Library of Congress/NACO
Highly Efficient Neural Conversion of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells in Adherent and Animal-Free Conditions. Wikidata
hiPSC Disease Modeling of Rare Hereditary Cerebellar Ataxias. Wikidata
Human conditionally immortalized neural stem cells improve locomotor function after spinal cord injury in the rat. Wikidata
Human induced pluripotent stem cells improve stroke outcome and reduce secondary degeneration in the recipient brain. Wikidata
Human multipotent mesenchymal stem cells improve healing after collagenase tendon injury in the rat. Wikidata
The impact of alpha-syntrophin deletion on the changes in tissue structure and extracellular diffusion associated with cell swelling under physiological and pathological conditions Wikidata
In vivo tracking of stem cells in brain and spinal cord injury. Wikidata
Ion-selective microelectrodes and their use in excitable tissues National Library of Israel National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO
Mesenchymal Stem Cells Preserve Working Memory in the 3xTg-AD Mouse Model of Alzheimer's Disease. Wikidata
Physiology of Ca(2+) signalling in stem cells of different origins and differentiation stages. Wikidata
Physiology of spontaneous [Ca(2+)]i oscillations in the isolated vasopressin and oxytocin neurones of the rat supraoptic nucleus. Wikidata
Plasticity of calcium signaling cascades in human embryonic stem cell-derived neural precursors Wikidata
Pokroky v neurovědách National Library of the Czech Republic
Properties and growth of human bone marrow mesenchymal stromal cells cultivated in different media. Wikidata
REVIEW: Oxytocin: Crossing the bridge between basic science and pharmacotherapy Wikidata
The role of mesenchymal stromal cells in spinal cord injury, regenerative medicine and possible clinical applications. Wikidata
Stress, Neurose und Herz-Kreislauf : Wissenschäftliche Materialien des 1. Intermosg-symposium über Experimentelle Neurose von 26. November bis 2. Dezember 1975 in Berlin National Library of the Czech Republic
Úloha gliových buněk v iontové a objemové homeostáze v CNS National Library of the Czech Republic
Změny koncentrace K+ v extracelulárním prostoru míchy při vzruchové aktivitě : (Autoreferát kand. dis.) National Library of the Czech Republic

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