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Books in Neuroscience

Elsevier's Neuroscience collection empowers educators, researchers, and students with actionable knowledge to drive collaborative research and advancements in the field. Content covers the nervous system's intricate workings, covering branches like Affective, Behavioral, and Cognitive neuroscience to investigate the neural basis of emotions, behavior, and cognitive functions. Spanning from Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience to Developmental Neuroscience, content provides insights into brain function in health and disease.

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Brain and Organ Communication

  • 1st Edition
  • November 1, 2024
  • Charu Mahajan + 2 more
  • English
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Brain and Organ Communication: Effects of Crosstalk on Neurophysiology examines the intricate relationship between the brain and other organ systems within the body. With an emphasis on homeostasis of these systems, this book also explores how various systems are related and affected by the brain injury or organ damage from a neurophysiological standpoint.This book will be most useful to researchers in neuroscience and graduate students studying neurophysiology. Those with an interest in endocrinology and clinicians in various branches of neuroscience and physiology will also find this book of interest.

Advances in Substance Use Disorder Treatment

  • 1st Edition
  • Volume 178
  • November 1, 2024
  • Rosana Camarini + 1 more
  • English
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Advances in Substance Use Disorder Treatment, Volume 178 in the International Review in Neurobiology series, presents a comprehensive exploration of emerging therapies and approaches in the field. Topics in this new release include Introduction: Current Treatments, Oxytocin and Vasopressin, Neuroactive steroids, Pharmacological activators of ALDH2, Anti inflammatories and mesenchymal stem cells, Sodium oxybate, Psychedelic compounds, Cannabinoids, Environmental Enrichment, Animal models and translational challenges, GABAergic compounds, and Ghrelin system and GLP-1.

Cell and Gene Therapies for Neurologic Diseases

  • 1st Edition
  • Volume 205
  • October 1, 2024
  • Howard J. Federoff + 1 more
  • English
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Cell and Gene Therapies for Neurologic Diseases, Volume 205 comprehensively covers the scientific background, translational efforts, clinical developments and registered biologics that have entered into clinical practice. Coverage includes types of therapies available and in development, and best practice uses for a variety of neurological disorders including Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, ALS, stroke, spinal cord RP, demyelination, and epilepsy. As the emergence of gene and cellular therapeutics has changed the clinical landscape for a variety of disorders, and is now ready to do so for neurological diseases, these therapeutic modalities currently complement, and may in time, supplant small molecule drugs.

Targeted Therapy for the Central Nervous System

  • 1st Edition
  • October 1, 2024
  • Viral Patel + 3 more
  • English
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Targeted Therapy for Central Nervous System: Formulation, Clinical Challenges and Regulatory Strategies presents research on various delivery methods of drugs to the central nervous system and brain. This volume examines targeted therapies for neurodegenerative disorders and succinctly outlines the future of drug delivery systems, highlighting significant advancements specifically relating to central nervous system delivery. This book will be of great interest to researchers working in the field of neuroscience and pharmacology as well as clinicians (pharmacists, radiologists, psychiatrists).

Medical Image and Signal Analysis in Brain Research

  • 1st Edition
  • Volume 290
  • October 1, 2024
  • Chi-Wen Jao + 1 more
  • English
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Progress in Brain Research, Volume 290 highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters written by an international board of authors. Chapters in this release include Image Analysis for Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 3, Brain structural network modular and connectivity alterations in subtype of patients with migraine, Brain Functional Networks and Structures that Categorize Type 2 Bipolar Disorder and Major Depression, Reinforcement Learning Classification in fNIRS Signal of Olfactory Stimulated, The method of brain-computer interface using the forehead instead of the visual area to receive SSVEP signals and signal processing, and more.Additional chapters cover The relationship between flash-induced SSVEP in DELTA frequency band and sleep, Enhancing Facial Feature De-Identification in Multi-Frame Brain Images: A Generative Adversarial Network Approach, Comparative Analysis of MRI Markers in Heat and Mechanical Pain Sensitivity, and Analysis of the Difference Between Alzheimer’s Disease, Mild Cognitive Impairment and Normal People by Using Fractal Dimensions and Small-World Network.

Translational Models of Parkinson’s Disease and related Movement Disorders

  • 1st Edition
  • September 27, 2024
  • Wael Mohamed
  • English
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Translational Models of Parkinson’s Disease and Related Movement Disorders focuses on cutting-edge techniques for creating and validating current Parkinson’s Disease translational experimental models. Various characteristics of these models are examined, including the prion-like properties of -synuclein, mitochondrial functions connected to the PINK1-Parkin pathway/CHCHD2, the endolysosome pathway connected to LRRK2, VPS35, and ATP13A2 using cultured cells (including patient iPS cells). This book also highlights the future possibilities of introducing new models for Parkinson’s Disease and related movements disorders, underscoring current advancements, pre-clinical and clinical developments, and future scope related to numerous models.

Encyclopedia of the Human Brain

  • 2nd Edition
  • September 16, 2024
  • Jordan H. Grafman
  • English
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Encyclopedia of the Human Brain, Second Edition, Seven Volume Set builds on the success of the first edition, providing neuroscience researchers with the ideal ‘one-stop’ resource on all topics related to human brain understanding. Given the length of time since the first edition published, EHB2 is thoroughly revised, with substantial updates on many new and exciting topics, including areas such as human neuroimaging, non-invasive brain stimulation, molecular biology (including genetics and epigenetics), and the clinical diagnoses of brain disorders, along with chapters exploring the introduction of new theoretical and methodological ideas in areas ranging from cognitive neuroscience to evolution of the human brain.In total, there are 440 articles – a vast increase from 224 previously - thus reflecting the huge explosion in neuroscience research during the last 20 years. EHB2 provides a brand new generation of neuroscientists with the perfect tool with which to learn and master the fundamentals of how and why the human brain operates as it does.

Neurologic Channelopathies

  • 1st Edition
  • Volume 203
  • September 2, 2024
  • Michael G. Hanna
  • English
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Neurological Channelopathies, Volume 203 begin with an introductory overview highlighting common mechanistic themes that cut across different CNS and PNS presentations, but that also have potential for common treatment approaches, considering classification, genetics, and fundamental physiology of ion channels. Subsequent chapters present a detailed consideration of all genetic and immunological channelopathies. Each chapter considers Pathophysiological underpinnings - genetic or immunological; Clinical presentations; Diagnostic approach; and Treatment and management.In the last 15 years, a combination of detailed clinical, genetic, molecular electrophysiological, and immunological research has combined to result in a deep understanding of a subgroup of neurological diseases spanning the central and peripheral nervous system and which have become known collectively as the Neurological Channelopathies. Although it was originally considered that significant ion channel dysfunction would not be compatible with life, we now know this is often not the case, although severe disease can often be the result. Given these major advances, it is now the right time to combine this knowledge into a single HCN volume dedicated to the topics at hand.

Autism Autonomy

  • 1st Edition
  • September 1, 2024
  • Elizabeth B. Torres
  • English
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Autism Autonomy: In Search of Our Human Dignity provides a new and unifying methodological framework and discusses machine learning and biometrics techniques to diagnose, characterize, and treat patterns of sensory motor control underlying autism symptoms. With the hope of improving basic research in these areas, this volume will allow readers to design better interventions and provide awareness of a number of new technologies used in the autism field. Wearable bio-sensing technologies, machine learning, and AI methods are all discussed regarding their applications to provide better self-awareness, interaction, diagnosis, and prognosis.This volume is useful for researchers and clinicians interested in learning about these new technologies and how to enhance machine learning use in ASD for the betterment of patients.

From Anatomy to Function of the Central Nervous System

  • 1st Edition
  • September 1, 2024
  • Brandon Matteo Ascenzi
  • English
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From Anatomy to Function of the Central Nervous System: Clinical and Neurosurgical Applications features neuroradiologic images that represent today, one of the most effective resources able to detect the anatomy of the nerve structures. Simultaneously featuring neuroimages, readers can study the functional aspects of the entire central nervous system with detailed captions that describe in detail how to use and interpret them. This book includes images of the brain dissected with the Klingler’s method and white matter fiber dissection. By integrating the anatomo-functional description with the synaptic organization of the CNS, this reference is useful for anyone who wants to understand how the activity of a nerve structure arises, describing its microstructure, neurotransmitter phenotype, and neural activity. It also features descriptions of pathologic conditions which result from neuroanatomical and/or neurofunctional alterations and includes neurosurgical aspects.