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Neurotoxicity Research

Title Abbreviation
Neurotox Res
Electronic ISSN
Clinical Pharmacologists, Clinicians, Neurologists, Neuroscientists, Pharmacologists, Researchers, Toxicologists
Neurotoxicity Research is an international, interdisciplinary broad-based journal for reporting both basic and clinical research on classical neurotoxicity effects and mechanisms associated with neurodegeneration, necrosis, neuronal apoptosis, nerve regeneration, neurotrophin mechanisms, and topics related to these themes. Published papers have focused on: NEURODEGENERATION and INJURY, Neuropathologies, Neuronal apoptosis, Neuronal necrosis, Neural death processes (anatomical, histochemical, neurochemical), Neurodegenerative Disorders, Neural Effects of Substances of Abuse, NERVE REGENERATION and RESPONSES TO INJURY, Neural Adaptations, Neurotrophin mechanisms and actions, NEURO(CYTO)TOXICITY PROCESSES and NEUROPROTECTION Excitatory amino acids, Neurotoxins, endogenous and synthetic Reactive oxygen (nitrogen) species, Neuroprotection by endogenous and exogenous agents. Papers on related themes are welcome.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Neurotoxicity Society (NTS)
Publisher Name
Springer New York LLC
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