Critical Reviews™ in Neurobiology
Aims and Scope
Critical ReviewsTM in Neurobiology encompasses a wide range of disciplines including experimental neurobiology and electrophysiology. Recent developments in analytical instrumentation and quantitative disciplines have contributed to the advancement of the field. Consequently, its relevance in modern medicine is of paramount importance in developing new diagnostic methods.
Critical ReviewsTM in Neurobiology publishes reviews and significant contributions from a wide range of areas related to neurobiology in the context of their impact on important clinical problems. The journal presents up-to-date information from basic neuroscience, clinical neurobiology, neurosurgery and psychiatry. Pertinent issues from developmental neurobiology, memory, cognition, geriatrics and neuroimmunology will also be examined. High quality review papers which integrate basic neuroscience and clinical neurology are invited.
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Hippocampal Long-Term Synaptic Plasticity and Signal Amplification of NMDA Receptors
John F. MacDonald, Michael F. Jackson, Michael A. Beazely
Animal Models of Alcoholism: Neurobiology of High Alcohol-Drinking Behavior in Rodents
William J. McBride, Ting-Kai Li
Social Deprivation of Neonatal, Adolescent, and Adult Rats Has Distinct Neurochemical and Behavioral Consequences
F. Scott Hall
Functional Relationship Among Medial Prefrontal Cortex, Nucleus Accumbens, and Ventral Tegmental Area in Locomotion and Reward
Thomas M. Tzschentke, Werner J. Schmidt
On the Use of Neuro-2a Neuroblastoma Cells Versus Intact Neurons in Primary Culture for Neurotoxicity Studies
Keith T. LePage, Robert W. Dickey, William H. Gerwick, Edward L. Jester, Thomas F. Murray
Inflammation in Ischemic Brain Injury: Timing Is Important