Need to read

Richard Norman rsnorman at mw.mediaone.net
Wed Dec 30 20:11:45 EST 1998


>>Can anybody recommend a good introductory text for neurochemistry for
a well
>>read layman?
>>Preferably with an extensive glossary, recent (within 5 years), and
covering
>>the areas of how various neurotrans interact with each other, the
actions of
>>various drugs, metabolic pathways, distribution and manufacture of the
same
>>within the CNS and body.
>>
>I don't know if there's a recent edition, but for a lot of
neurochemistry
>that won't matter. The textbook I used in grad school was "The
>biochemical basis of Neuropharmacology", by Cooper, Bloom and Roth.
>Matt Jones

Yes, there is an edition just a year or two old.  It still is excellent.






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