Neurogenic Niches in Adult Brain

Two main neurogenic niches in the adult brain have been reported:
1. Ventricular-subventricular zone (V-SVZ)
2. Subgranular zone of the hippocampus (SGZ)
In addition to these two regions, adult neurogenesis has also been reported in regions like the striatum (Luzzati, et al., 2006, Luzzati et al., 2014) and cortex (Gould et al., 2001; Dayer et al., 2005). 

References:

Luzzati, et al., 2006. Neurogenesis in the caudate nucleus of the adult rabbit. J Neurosci. 26(2), 609-21. PMID-16407559; Full Text Link: jneurosci, PMC6674396 
Luzzati et al., 2014. Quiescent neuronal progenitors are activated in the juvenile guinea pig lateral striatum and give rise to transient neurons. Development. 141(21), 4065-75. PMID-25336736; Full Text Link: biologists, air.unimi.it
Gould et al., 2001. Adult-generated hippocampal and neocortical neurons in macaques have a transient existence. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 98(19), 10910-7. PMID-11526209; Full Text Link: pnas, PMC58573
Dayer et al., 2005. New GABAergic interneurons in the adult neocortex and striatum are generated from different precursors. J Cell Biol. 168(3), 415-27. PMID-15684031; Full Text Link: rupress, PMC2171716

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