Periodical (Journal)

ISSN  :   1934-8584 ( Print )   |   1934-8576 ( Online )   Inactive

Aim & Scope
Sound and reproducible laboratory methods are the foundation of scientific discovery. Yet, all too often, nuances that are critical for an experiment’s success are not captured in the primary literature but exist only as part of a lab’s oral tradition. The aim of each Current Protocols title is to provide the clearest, most detailed and reliable step-by-step instructions for all protocols relevant to a given subject area. Written by experts in the field and extensively edited to our exacting standards, the protocols include all of the information necessary to complete an experiment in the laboratory—introduction, materials lists with supplier information, detailed step-by-step procedures with helpful annotations, recipes for reagents and solutions, illustrative figures and information-packed tables. Each article also provides invaluable discussions of background information, applications of the methods, important assumptions, key parameters, time considerations, and tips to help avoid common pitfalls and troubleshoot experiments. Furthermore, Current Protocols content is thoughtfully organized by topic for optimal usage and to maximize contextual knowledge. Quarterly issues allow Current Protocols in Neuroscience to constantly evolve to keep pace with the newest discoveries and developments. Current Protocols in Neuroscience is the comprehensive resource for researchers investigating the nervous system. Researchers at all levels of expertise will find sufficient detail to permit duplication of protocols. This compilation brings together hundreds of core and cutting edge techniques reflecting the breadth of the field of neuroscience itself, making it a valuable asset for anyone pursuing a multidisciplinary approach. Topics include: Neuroanatomical Methods; Imaging; Cellular and Developmental Neuroscience; Gene Cloning, Expression, and Mutagenesis; Molecular Neuroscience; Neurophysiology; Neurochemistry/Neuropharmacology; Behavioral Neuroscience; Preclinical Models of Neurologic and Psychiatric Disorders; Human Neuroscience. The target audience for Current Protocols in Neuroscience includes anyone interested in conducting research in the broad discipline of neuroscience. Sufficient detail is provided to permit duplication of the protocols in any laboratory, whatever the disciplinary background and level of sophistication. [1]

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Continuations
(  2001  -  2020  ) Current Protocols in Neuroscience    (  2021  -  9999  ) Current Protocols
Series / Collection
Inactive ( 2002 - 2020 ) Current Protocols in Bioinformatics

1934-3396 ( Print )  1934-340X ( Online ) 
Wiley

142 381
Inactive ( 2001 - 2020 ) Current Protocols in Cell Biology

1934-2500 ( Print )  1934-2616 ( Online ) 
Wiley

179 504
Inactive ( 2009 - 2020 ) Current Protocols in Chemical Biology

2160-4762 ( Online ) 
Wiley

48 177
Inactive ( 1998 - 2020 ) Current Protocols in Cytometry

1934-9297 ( Print )  1934-9300 ( Online ) 
Wiley

127 409
Inactive ( 2008 - 2020 ) Current Protocols in Essential Laboratory Techniques

1948-3430 ( Online ) 
Wiley

3 4
Inactive ( 2001 - 2003 ) Current Protocols in Food Analytical Chemistry

2572-5599 ( Print )  2572-5602 ( Online ) 
Wiley

0 0
Inactive ( 2001 - 2020 ) Current Protocols in Human Genetics

1934-8266 ( Print )  1934-8258 ( Online ) 
Wiley

163 456
Inactive ( 1992 - 2020 ) Current Protocols in Immunology

1934-3671 ( Print )  1934-368X ( Online ) 
Wiley

186 617
Inactive ( 2001 - 2008 ) Current Protocols in Magnetic Resonance Imaging

2572-5637 ( Online ) 
Wiley

0 0
Inactive ( 2005 - 2020 ) Current Protocols in Microbiology

1934-8525 ( Print )  1934-8533 ( Online ) 
Wiley

135 392
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