News on Neurosignals
July 2020: New journal metrics are availabe.
New articles in 2020:
Halina Baran et al. Neurosignals 2020;28;1-13
Message of the Editor-in-Chief
Cell Physiol Biochem Press decided to take over the KARGER journal Neurosignals, a journal dedicated to all aspects of neuronal communication and publishing papers from basic neuroscience, psychology as well as clinical neurology and psychiatry. With great enthusiasm we aim to provide timely and fair peer review of submissions as well as rapid publication of accepted papers. Via open access we accomplish optimal visibility of publications.
Scope & Aims
Neurosignals is an international journal dedicated to publishing original articles and reviews in the field of neuronal communication. Novel findings related to signaling molecules, channels and transporters, pathways and networks that are associated with development and function of the nervous system are welcome. The scope of the journal includes genetics, molecular biology, bioinformatics, (patho)physiology, (patho)biochemistry, pharmacology & toxicology, imaging and clinical neurology & psychiatry. Reported observations should significantly advance our understanding of neuronal signaling in health & disease and be presented in a format applicable to an interdisciplinary readership.
Journal Abbreviation: Neurosignals
ISSN: 1424-862X (Print)
e-ISSN: 1424-8638 (Online)
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