Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy
J Chem Neuroanat
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Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy is a vehicle for the publication of scientific reports relating the functional and biochemical aspects of the nervous system with its microanatomical organization. The scope of the journal concentrates on reports which combine microanatomical, biochemical, pharmacological and behavioural approaches.Papers should offer original data correlating the morphology of the nervous system (the brain and spinal cord in particular) with its biochemistry. Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy is particularly interested in publishing important studies performed with up-to-date methodology utilizing sensitive chemical microassays, hybridoma technology, immunocytochemistry, in situ hybridization and receptor radioautography, to name a few examples.Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy is the natural vehicle for integrated studies utilizing these approaches. The articles will be selected by the editorial board and invited reviewers on the basis of their excellence and potential contribution to this field of neurosciences. Both in vivo and in vitro integrated studies in chemical neuroanatomy are appropriate subjects of interest to the journal. These studies should relate only to vertebrate species with particular emphasis on the mammalian and primate nervous systems.Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy will consider for publication manuscripts of an interdisciplinary nature rather than those dealing solely with one area of interest. Two types of contributions will be considered:1. Original research articles: these should contain an Abstract, Introduction, Materials and methods, Results and Discussion sections. The text should be succinct but there is no restriction on the number of pages or figures.2. Review articles: these should extensively survey a specific field. An Abstract is required although Materials and methods and Results sections are not. There are no restrictions on the number of figures or pages. Although review articles are usually invited, submitted review articles will also be considered.The table of contents for this journal is now available pre-publication, via e-mail, as part of the free ContentsDirect service from Elsevier Science. Please send an e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org for further information about this service.
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