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Neuroscience Letters

Print ISSN
0304-3940
Electronic ISSN
1872-7972
Impact factor
2.055
Publisher
Sciencedirect
URL
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/03043940
Usage rank
297
Article count
28455
Free count
171
Free percentage
0.00600949
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  1. C4 - CONTENTS
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    Neuroscience Letters 593:OBC (2015)

  2. fmiii - FULL TITLE PAGE/EDITORIAL BOARD
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    Neuroscience Letters 593:iii (2015)

  3. C4 - CONTENTS
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    Neuroscience Letters 592:OBC (2015)

  4. Live imaging reveals a new role for the sigma-1 (σ1) receptor in allowing microglia to leave brain injuries

    Neuroscience Letters 591:13 (2015) PMID 25666889

    • Role of σ1in vivo is to allow microglia to leave neuronal injuries. • σ1 Agonists block microglial responses to neuronal injuries. ...
  5. Effects of acute transcranial direct current stimulation in hot and cold working memory tasks in healthy and depressed subjects

    Neuroscience Letters 591:126 (2015) PMID 25708347

    • MDD patients present non-emotional and emotional working memory impairment. • The DLPFC is associated with MDD and cognitive deficits. ...
  6. Psychophysical and neurophysiological responses to acupuncture stimulation to incorporated rubber hand

    Neuroscience Letters 591:48 (2015) PMID 25681621

    • Acupuncture to the incorporated body produces psychophysical and neurophysiological responses. • The insula is key regions in the psychophysical and neurophysiol...
  7. The role of miR-182 in regulating pineal CLOCK expression after hypoxia-ischemia brain injury in neonatal rats

    Neuroscience Letters 591:75 (2015) PMID 25684245

    • A genome-wide screening of microRNA changes in pineal gland after neonatal HIBD. • miR-182 is selectively down-regulated in pineal gland after neonatal HIBD. ...
  8. Feedback delays eliminate auditory-motor learning in speech production

    Neuroscience Letters 591:25 (2015) PMID 25676810 PMCID PMC4363140

    • We investigated adaptation to altered auditory feedback during speech articulation. • Speech audio-motor adaptation is completely eliminated with delays of 100ms...
  9. fmiii - FULL TITLE PAGE/EDITORIAL BOARD
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    Neuroscience Letters 591:iii (2015)

  10. C4 - CONTENTS
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    Neuroscience Letters 591:OBC (2015)