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Neuroscience and Respiration

Neuroscience and Respiration

Series: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology

Series Ed.: Pokorski, Mieczyslaw

The book series publishes reviews and original articles. It covers all aspects in the area of respiratory neuroscience, including neuropathology of respiratory disorders and their molecular and biochemical basis. The contributions are provided by authors with extensive knowledge and research experience in the science of pathogenesis, diagnosis, epidemiology, psychosomatic interaction, prevention, and innovative therapy of respiratory disorders. An attempt is made to translate biomolecular and cellular findings of basic research into clinical applications consisting of data-driven options to manage patients. Advances in respiratory screening, genetics, imaging, immunity, and biomarkers are presented. As respiratory disorders relate to many branches of medicine, books published in this series will be a valuable source of the state-of-art knowledge as well as inspiration for future research ideas for a wide range of researchers, clinicians, and health care professionals. 

Subseries of Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 
2015 Impact Factor: 1.953 

Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology presents multidisciplinary and dynamic findings in the broad fields of experimental medicine and biology. The wide variety of topics it presents offers readers multiple perspectives on a variety of disciplines including neuroscience, microbiology, immunology, biochemistry, biomedical engineering and cancer research. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology has been publishing exceptional works in the field for over 30 years and is indexed in Medline, Scopus, EMBASE, BIOSIS, Biological Abstracts, CSA, Biological Sciences and Living Resources (ASFA-1), and Biological Sciences. The series also provides scientists with up to date information on emerging topics and techniques.                                                             

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