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Horizons in neuroscience research; v.1.


Horizons in neuroscience research; v.1.

Ed. by Andres Costa and Eugenio Villalba.

Nova Science Publishers


434 pages



Horizons in neuroscience research series


Some of the new research is reported here for the first time, and some has been gleaned from the neuroscience literature. The anchor study is Nervous, Immune, Endocrine Regulatory Systems and Diseases Associated with Nerve Growth Factor Co-Secretion, by Idliko Milnar, who works with an immunology and endocrinology company in Debrecen, Hungary. Other topics include the homeostatic role of the parasympathetic nervous system in human behavior, multiple neuronal and glial mechanisms that can be involved in the response to the activation of nicotinic receptors, an inverse relationship of the underlying mechanism in epilepsy and cognitive functions, hereditary chroroidal dystrophies, vagus nerve stimulation in food intake control, and how proteomics helps elucidate the causes of schizophrenia.

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Date:Dec 1, 2010
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