Trends in Neurosciences

Print ISSN
0166-2236
Electronic ISSN
1878-108X
Impact factor
13.32
Publisher
Sciencedirect
URL
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/01662236
Usage rank
375
Article count
2772
Free count
16
Free percentage
0.00577201
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    Trends in Neurosciences 38(10):i (2015)

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    Trends in Neurosciences 38(5):i (2015)

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    Trends in Neurosciences 38(4):i (2015)

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    Trends in Neurosciences 38(3):i (2015)

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    Trends in Neurosciences 38(1):i (2015)

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    Trends in Neurosciences 37(12):iii (2014)

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    Trends in Neurosciences 37(11):i (2014)

  8. Development and plasticity of commissural circuits: from locomotion to brain repair

    Trends in Neurosciences 37(10):551 (2014) PMID 25220044

    • A description of genetic determinants of axonal laterality. • Enhancing axon collateral sprouting across the midline improves brain repair. ...
  9. The death of Cajal and the end of scientific romanticism and individualism

    Trends in Neurosciences 37(10):525 (2014) PMID 25288199

  10. Synapse rearrangements upon learning: from divergent–sparse connectivity to dedicated sub-circuits

    Trends in Neurosciences 37(10):604 (2014) PMID 25257207

    • Learning involves synapse gains and losses to provide memory traces of learned skills. • Synapse rearrangements produce dedicated sub-circuits that support adapt...
  11. Oscillatory control of bHLH factors in neural progenitors

    Trends in Neurosciences 37(10):531 (2014) PMID 25149265

    • The expression of multiple basic helix-loop-helix (bHLH) factors oscillates in multipotent neural progenitors. • The expression of a selected bHLH factor becomes...
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    Trends in Neurosciences 37(10):i (2014)

  13. TiNS Special Issue: Circuit Development and Remodeling

    Trends in Neurosciences 37(10):523 (2014) PMID 25266364

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    Trends in Neurosciences 37(9):i (2014)

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    Trends in Neurosciences 37(8):i (2014)

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    Trends in Neurosciences 37(6):i (2014)

  18. Breakdown in REM sleep circuitry underlies REM sleep behavior disorder

    Trends in Neurosciences 37(5):279 (2014) PMID 24673896

    • RBD results from loss of REM sleep paralysis. • In 80% of cases, RBD predicts the development of future synucleinopathies. ...
  19. Detecting interaural time differences and remodeling their representation

    Trends in Neurosciences 37(5):289 (2014) PMID 24726910

    • Across species, interaural time differences are detected by different mechanisms. • The detection stage serves as a database for higher auditory areas. ...
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