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ISSN: 1875-6190 (Online)
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Volume 14, 8 Issues, 2016


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University College London
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"By providing succinct reviews of recent advances, Current Neuropharmacology will greatly facilitate readers' comprehension of the big picture."

Solomon H. Snyder
Johns Hopkins Univ., USA

Forthcoming Special Issue(s)

GLIA-NEURON CROSSTALK AND ITS THERAPEUTIC IMPLICATION IN NEUROPSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS


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Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors


Current Neuropharmacology, Volume 14, Number 05
Guest Editor(s): Tom Salt, Ferdinando Nicoletti

Authors' Comments
I am very satisfied of my collaboration with the journal Current Neuropharmacology and Bentham Science Publishers. I received constant support from the journal manager, when requested, and the production was rapid and efficient. Plus, the quality of the galley proofs was excellent.
With regard to my publication (and the whole special issue), I think it can be of interest for the academia and industry, as it describes a new method that can be used in behavioral neuropharmacology and drug screening. Therefore, the reviews reported in the special issue may attract interest from the researchers working in the drug discovery and drug evaluation fields.

Nicola Simola
(Department of Biomedical Sciences, Section of Neuropsychopharmacology, University of Cagliari, Via Ospedale, 72, 09124, Italy)

Has contributed: Rat Ultrasonic Vocalizations and Behavioral Neuropharmacology the Screening of Drugs to the Study of Disease

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