Neurological Research

  • ID: 1864888
  • November 2015
  • Region: Global
  • Maney Publishing
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10 issues per year. Neurological Research is an international, peer-reviewed journal for reporting both basic and clinical research in the fields of neurosurgery, neurology, neuroengineering and neurosciences. It provides a medium for those who recognize the wider implications of their work and who wish to be informed of the relevant experience of others in related and more distant fields.

The scope of the journal includes:

- Stem cell applications

- Molecular neuroscience

- Neuropharmacology

- Neuroradiology

- Neurochemistry

- Biomathematical models

- Endovascular neurosurgery

- Innovation in neurosurgery

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Sample Table of Contents - Volume 32, Number 1, February 2010

Editorial: Molecular neuromyology
pp. 3-4(2)
Author: Carraro, Ugo


One year of home-based daily FES in complete lower motor neuron paraplegia: recovery of tetanic contractility drives the structural improvements of denervated muscle
pp. 5-12(8)
Authors: Kern, Helmut; Carraro, Ugo; Adami, Nicoletta; Hofer, Christian; Loefler, Stefan; Vogelauer, Michael; Mayr, Winfried; Rupp, Rudiger; Zampieri, Sandra

Quantitative color three-dimensional computer tomography imaging of human long-term denervated muscle
pp. 13-19(7)
Authors: Gargiulo, Paolo; Kern, Helmut; Carraro, Ugo; Ingvarsson, Páll; Knútsdóttir, Sigrún; Gudmundsdóttir, Vilborg; Yngvason, Stefán; Vatnsdal, Brynjar; Helgason, Thordur

Subclinical myopathy in patients affected with newly diagnosed colorectal cancer at clinical onset of disease: evidence from skeletal muscle biopsies
pp. 20-25(6)
Authors: Zampieri, S.; Doria, A.; Adami, N.; Biral, D.; Vecchiato, M.; Savastano, S.; Corbianco, S.; Carraro, U.; Merigliano, S.

Effects of 8 weeks of vibration training at different frequencies (1 or 15 Hz) in senior sportsmen on torque and force development and of 1 year of training on muscle fibers
pp. 26-31(6)
Authors: Kern, H.; Kovarik, J.; Franz, C.; Vogelauer, M.; Löfler, S.; Sarabon, N.; Grim-Stieger, M.; Biral, D.; Adami, N.; Carraro, U.; Zampieri, S.; Hofer, Ch.

Quality of life and motor impairment in ALS: Italian validation of ALSAQ
pp. 32-40(9)
Authors: Palmieri, A.; Sorarù, G.; Lombardi, L.; D'Ascenzo, C.; Baggio, L.; Ermani, M.; Pegoraro, E.; Angelini, C.

The clinical course of calpainopathy (LGMD2A) and dysferlinopathy (LGMD2B)
pp. 41-46(6)
Authors: Angelini, C.; Nardetto, L.; Borsato, C.; Padoan, R.; Fanin, M.; Nascimbeni, A.C.; Tasca, E.

Neural potential of a stem cell population in the adipose and cutaneous tissues
pp. 47-54(8)
Authors: Zavan, Barbara; Michelotto, Lisa; Lancerotto, Luca; Della Puppa, Alessandro; D'Avella, Domenico; Abatangelo, Giovanni; Vindigni, Vincenzo; Cortivo, Roberta

Macrophage-secreted factors enhance the in vitro expansion of DMD muscle precursor cells while preserving their myogenic potential
pp. 55-62(8)
Authors: Malerba, Alberto; Pasut, Alessandra; Frigo, Marco; De Coppi, Paolo; Baroni, M. David; Vitiello, Libero

Satellite cell characterization from aging human muscle
pp. 63-72(10)
Authors: Corbu, Arianna; Scaramozza, Annarita; Badiali-DeGiorgi, Lucilla; Tarantino, Lucia; Papa, Valentina; Rinaldi, Rita; D'Alessandro, Roberto; Zavatta, Marcello; Laus, Massimo; Lattanzi, Giovanna; Cenacchi, Giovanna

The influence of configuration and location of ruptured distal cerebral anterior artery aneurysms on their treatment modality and results: analysis of our casuistry and literature review
pp. 73-81(9)
Author: Carvi y Nievas, Mario Nazareno


Therapeutic modalities in symptomatic intracranial arterial occlusive disease
pp. 82-86(5)
Authors: Cohen, José E.; Gomori, John Moshe; Umansky, Felix; Leker, Ronen R.


Restoring three-dimensional magnetic resonance angiography images with mean curvature motion
pp. 87-93(7)
Authors: Schlimper, Claudia; Nemitz, Oliver; Dorenbeck, Ulrich; Scorzin, Jasmin; Whitaker, Ross; Tasdizen, Tolga; Rumpf, Martin; Schaller, Karl

Celastrol causes apoptosis and cell cycle arrest in rat glioma cells
pp. 94-100(7)
Authors: Ge, Pengfei; Ji, Xunming; Ding, Yuchuan; Wang, Xiaofei; Fu, Shuangliin; Meng, Fankai; Jin, Xin; Ling, Feng; Luo, Yinan

Carnosine inhibits ATP production in cells from malignant glioma
pp. 101-105(5)
Authors: Renner, Christof; Asperger, Ansgar; Seyffarth, Anne; Meixensberger, Jürgen; Gebhardt, Rolf; Gaunitz, Frank

Drug transporters are altered in brain, liver and kidney of rats with chronic epilepsy induced by lithium-pilocarpine
pp. 106-112(7)
Authors: Guo, Yi; Jiang, Li

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