The Hertie Foundation (Germany), in cooperation with the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS), announces the opening of nominations for the Eric Kandel Young Neuroscientists Prize 2015
In this Featured Article of the month (October 2014), researchers measured rapid dopamine and other neurotransmitter release following intravenous infusion of morphine and oxycodone.
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Date of Meeting June 4th-6th, 2015 Location Wyndham Levent Hotel, Istanbul, TURKEY Description On behalf of the organizing committee, it is with great pleasure and honour that I am inviting you to the “International Neurology and Rehabilitation Meeting (INEREM)” which will be held on 4, 5, 6 of June 2015, in Istanbul. Coming from different […]
Top-down inputs from the olfactory cortex in the postprandial period promote elimination of granule cells in the olfactory bulb
Check out the table of contents of EJN Issue 40-5 This issue includes the Featured Article of the month on the neuronal mechanisms for the enhanced GC elimination during the postprandial period.
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Check out the table of contents of EJN Issue 40-4. If you missed it, read the Featured Article of the month on the spatiotemporal organization of the suprachiasmatic nuclei (SCN)
Differential contributions of intra-cellular and inter-cellular mechanisms to the spatial and temporal architecture of the suprachiasmatic nucleus circadian circuitry in wild-type, cryptochrome-null and vasoactive intestinal peptide receptor 2-null mutant mice