The Neuroscientist Online Edition Goes Live

Kevin Lomangino kevinl at access2.digex.net
Mon Jan 6 17:26:26 EST 1997


We are very pleased to announce that the premiere issue of 
The Neuroscientist Online Edition is now available for 
your review at http://www.theneuroscientist.com.  
     
The Neuroscientist features review articles covering areas at the 
convergence of the basic and clinical neurosciences. Our timely, 
authoritative coverage of these areas is always framed within a 
broad-based, interdisciplinary, and disease-relevant perspective.   
     
The online edition of Neuroscientist features the full text and 
images of the print edition, plus additional 
features including searchability and free links from article 
references to MEDLINE (TM).  This means that the abstract for 
each article in the reference list will be available to you 
by simply clicking your mouse.
     
Access to the online edition of The Neuroscientist is available at 
no additional charge to our print subscribers. Non-subscribers may 
access the full text of articles online for a trial period by signing up for 
a free trial subscription (details available at our web site). Online-only 
subscriptions (which do not include a print copy) are available at a 
slightly reduced rate from our regular print subscription. 
     
The table of contents for our first issue to be published online 
is attached to the bottom of this message. If any of these articles are of 
interest, please do not hesitate to review them by pointing your browser to 
http://www.theneuroscientist.com.  
     
Sincerely,
     
The Editorial Staff of The Neuroscientist
     
     
VOLUME 3, NUMBER 1
JANUARY 1997
     
A REVIEW JOURNAL BRIDGING THE BASIC AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES
     
EDITORIAL
     
Exciting times for The Neuroscientist 
Stephen G. Waxman
     
     
THE NEUROSCIENTIST COMMENTS
     
Remembering one's own past: A right hemisphere neural network 
Magnocellular visual system and dyslexia
GDNF knockouts
GABA: Excitatory action following neuronal trauma 
Activity-dependent changes, rehabilitation and CNS plasticity 
Cocaine-craving: Role of D1 and D2-like dopamine agonists
Primary visual cortex: Reorganization of inputs in blinded humans
     
     
NEUROSCIENCE UPDATE
     
Sudden infant death syndrome: The role of central chemosensitivity 
George B. Richerson
     
     
HYPOTHESIS
     
The thalamic intralaminar nuclei: A role in visual awareness 
Keith P. Purpura and Nicholas D. Schiff
     
     
MEETING REPORT
     
Cell biology and pathology of myelin: Evolving biological concepts and 
therapeutic approaches
Bernhard H.J. Juurlink, J. Ronald Doucette, Richard M. Devon, and 
Valerie M.K. Verge
     
     
REVIEW
     
Oxidative damage in neurodegenerative diseases 
M. Flint Beal
     
The extracellular space in the CNS: Its regulation, volume and geometry in 
normal and pathological neuronal function
Eva Sykova
     
Lazaroids: Mechanisms of action and implications for disorders of the CNS 
Edward D. Hall
     
Neural networks and motor control
Apostolos P. Georgopoulos
     
The organization of human language cortex 
Jeffrey J. Hutsler and Michael S. Gazzaniga
     
     
PROGRESS IN CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE
     
The pathobiology of traumatic brain injury 
Thomas A. Gennarelli
     
     
     
     
     




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