Axon Growth and Regeneration: Part 1, Volume 105 by Jeffrey Louis Goldberg, Ephraim F. Trakhtenberg

By Jeffrey Louis Goldberg, Ephraim F. Trakhtenberg

Released considering that 1959, International evaluation of Neurobiology is a widely known sequence attractive to neuroscientists, clinicians, psychologists, physiologists, and pharmacologists. Led through an the world over well known editorial board, this significant serial publishes either eclectic volumes made from well timed studies and thematic volumes that target contemporary development in a selected zone of neurobiology examine. This quantity stories current theories and present study surrounding Axon development and Regeneration.

Leading authors assessment state of the art of their box of research and supply their perspectives and views for destiny research
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