Hair Cell Regeneration (Springer Handbook of Auditory Research, 75)
Hair cell regeneration is a hot topic in the field of auditory and vestibular neuroscience. This emerging field holds a lot of promise for the development of future therapies for hearing and balance dysfunction. The book “Hair Cell Regeneration: Prospects for Future Therapy” provides a detailed update on the progress made in this field. This book is co-authored by Mark E. Warchol, Jennifer S. Stone, Allison B. Coffin, Arthur N. Popper, and Richard R. Fay and is published by Springer.
The book is an update on the 2008 SHAR volume “Hair Cell Regeneration, Repair, and Protection” edited by Richard Salvi and Richard Fay. The authors of “Hair Cell Regeneration: Prospects for Future Therapy” have a focused approach towards the various facets of regeneration research. They aim to stimulate new projects and approaches to address the limitations of current knowledge and describe promising strategies for future work.
The book provides a historical perspective on the field of hair cell regeneration, but the emphasis is on more “prospective” views. The authors have covered various aspects of hair cell regeneration in great detail. They have discussed the cellular and molecular control of hair cell regeneration in non-mammalian species, including zebrafish and chickens. They have also provided insights into the current understanding of hair cell replacement in mammals, including rodents and humans. The authors have also focused on the signals controlling pro-regenerative behaviors in supporting cells, the hair cell progenitors.
The book has a chapter dedicated to new techniques that have been applied to study the genetic and epigenetic regulation of hair cell regeneration in mammals and non-mammals. The authors have discussed the contribution of stem cells towards building new tools to explore how hair cell regeneration is controlled. They have also emphasized the importance of developing cells and tissues for therapeutic transplantation.
The authors have also focused on gene and drug therapy to promote regeneration in mammals. They have provided an in-depth analysis of the studies that have applied these therapies to promote regeneration in mammals.
The book is a great resource for academicians, clinicians, and commercial entities. Students of auditory and vestibular neuroscience, audiologists, otologists, and industry experts will find this book informative. The authors have covered many topics related to hair cell regeneration, making it a comprehensive resource.
The book is published by Springer and is available in eBook Digital format. The 1st edition of the book will be available from April 28, 2023. The book has 245 pages and is written in English. The ISBN-10 of the book is 3031206606, and the ISBN-13 is 978-3031206603.
In conclusion, “Hair Cell Regeneration: Prospects for Future Therapy” is an informative book that provides a detailed update on the progress made in the field of hair cell regeneration. The book covers various aspects of hair cell regeneration, making it a comprehensive resource for academicians, clinicians, and commercial entities. The authors have provided insights into the current understanding of hair cell replacement in mammals, including rodents and humans, making it a must-read for anyone interested in this field. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in hair cell regeneration. Order your copy today and take the first step towards staying informed and up-to-date on this exciting field of research.
- Publisher : Springer; 1st ed. 2023 edition (April 28, 2023)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 245 pages
- ISBN-10 : 3031206606
- ISBN-13 : 978-3031206603