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Neural Development

Neural Development

Editor-in-Chief: C. Doe; W.A. Harris; K. Shen; R. Wong

ISSN: 1749-8104 (electronic version)

Journal no. 13064

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  • Encompasses all aspects of research on the formation, renewal and regeneration of the nervous system
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Neural Development welcomes manuscripts on all aspects of research that use molecular, cellular, physiological or behavioral methods to provide novel insights into the mechanisms that underlie the formation of the nervous system.

Related subjects » Animal Sciences - Evolutionary & Developmental Biology - Neuroscience

Impact Factor: 2.077 (2016) * 

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    Neural Development is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers manuscripts on all aspects of research that use molecular, cellular, physiological or behavioural methods to provide novel insights into the mechanisms that underlie the formation of the nervous system, as well as its renewal and regeneration in adults.

    Neural Development aims to discover how the nervous system arises and acquires the abilities to sense the world and control adaptive motor output. The field includes analysis of how progenitor cells form a nervous system during embryogenesis, and how the initially formed neural circuits are shaped by experience during early postnatal life, as well as renewal and regeneration in adults. Some studies use well-established, genetically accessible model systems, but valuable insights are also obtained from less traditional models that provide behavioral or evolutionary insights.

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