Neurobiology

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Oxford University Press, 1988 - Architecture - 689 pages
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The second edition of this highly acclaimed textbook was thoroughly revised to incorporate a multitude of recent research findings in neuroscience. A new chapter on molecular neurobiology was added and the basic concepts of the synapse, impulse, neurotransmitters, and neuromodulators were put on a molecular basis. The author greatly extended the treatment of developmental and memory mechanisms and also introduced the field of neuroimmunology.

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User Review  - Damion Paul Hart - Goodreads

A very dense book with a wealth of knowledge, very directly written, with good illustrations. It assumes the reader is well versed in biological and chemical nomenclature. Read full review

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User Review  - Lance - Goodreads

I read this in an attempt to figure out what's wrong with me. The attempt failed. I learned a lot from reading this though the chemistry was over my head. Should I learn more about chemistry, I'll reread this. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
Molecular Neurobiology
13
Emergence of Molecular Neurobiology
23
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About the Author
Gordon M. Shepherd is Professor of Neuroscience at Yale University. He received his B.S. degree at Iowa State University, M.D. at Harvard Medical School, and Ph.D. at Oxford University. Dr. Shepherd is internationally known for his research on synaptic organization in the olfactory system and
its relation to behavior.

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