Neuroscience

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News

Neuroplasticity in the respiratory system
Experimental Neurology
Deadline date for submission: 1st December 2015

New journal Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences
Articles now available online

Elsevier Announces the Launch of Open Access Journal: Neurobiology of Stress
Articles now available online 

A Guide to Publishing and Responsible Conduct - Don't miss our workshop at SfN 2014!

From early career researcher to Editor-in-Chief in 5 steps
Verity Brown, Editor-in-Chief of Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews reflects on the journey from journal reader to Editor-in-Chief.

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Discover Top Journals and Books in Cognitive Neuroscience

Special Issues

SI: Brain rhythms and dynamic coordination
Current Opinion in Neurobiology, Volume 31, pages 1-264 (Publication: April 2015)
Edited by Gyorgy Buzsaki, Walter Freeman

Lasker Award
Hearing Research, Volume 322, pages 1-242 (Publication: April 2015)
Edited by Fan-Gang Zeng, Barbara Canlon

Ocular extracellular matrix: Role in development, homeostasis and disease
Experimental Eye Research, Volume 133, pages 1-140 (Publication: April 2015)
Edited by Muayyad R. Al-Ubaidi, W. Matthew Petroll

Brain Computer Interfaces; Tribute to Greg A. Gerhardt
Journal of Neuroscience Methods, Volume 244, pages 1-164 (Publication: April 2015)
Edited by Robert E Hampson, Andrzej Cichock

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Top 25 downloads

Hallmarks of Cancer: The Next Generation * Review article
Cell, Volume 144, Issue 5, Pages 646-674 | Hanahan, D.; Weinberg, Robert A.

Induction of Pluripotent Stem Cells from Mouse Embryonic and Adult Fibroblast Cultures by Defined Factors * Article
Cell, Volume 126, Issue 4, Pages 663-676 | Takahashi, K.; Yamanaka, S.

CRISPR-Cas9 Knockin Mice for Genome Editing and Cancer Modeling * Article
Cell, Volume 159, Issue 2, Pages 440-455 | Platt, Randall J.; Chen, S.; Zhou, Y.; Yim, Michael J.; Swiech, L.; Kempton, Hannah R.; Dahlman, James E.; Parnas, O.; Eisenhaure, Thomas M.; Jovanovic, M.; Graham, Daniel B.; Jhunjhunwala, S.; Heidenreich, M.; Xavier, Ramnik J.; Langer, R.; Anderson, Dan

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Top Cited Papers

A fast diffeomorphic image registration algorithm

Author(s):Ashburner, J.
Publication year: 2007
Journal / Book title: NeuroImage

Access all results for your search in ScopusComplex network measures of brain connectivity: Uses and interpretations


Author(s):Rubinov, M. | Sporns, O.
Publication year: 2010
Journal / Book title: NeuroImage

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Probabilistic diffusion tractography with multiple fibre orientations: What can we gain?Author(s):Behrens, T.E.J. | Berg, H.J. | Jbabdi, S. | Rushworth, M.F.S. | Woolrich, M.W.
Publication year: 2007
Journal / Book title: NeuroImage

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