Neurochemistry is a interdisciplinary branch between chemistry, biochemistry and neurosciences concerning to chemical aspects of the nervous system, structure and function and is also devoted to the study of neurochemicals including neurotransmitters, and other molecules (psychotropic, neuropeptides, etc.) that affect the function of neurons.
As the founder of Neurochemistry applies Johann Ludwig Wilhelm Thudichum (1829-1901; brain chemistry).
In the list below you will find resources to neurochemical information. See also: Neurochemie (german).
Calpain - Memory Molecule, Deja Vu
2 major studies in 2 months make a new case for an old suspect in the mystery of how memory works
Case Western Reserve researchers develop 'wireless' activation of brain circuits
Burda and Strowbridge offer firsrt report of brain stimulation using light-activated semiconductor nanoparticles.
OHSU School of Dentistry team discovers new molecule in blood-pressure control system
The research sheds light on how the nerve supply to the cardiovascular system is established during development.
Researchers find new actions of neurochemicals
Work with tiny worm could point to new treatments for human brain disorders.
ACS Chemical Neuroscience
... publishes high-quality research articles and reviews that showcase chemical, quantitative biological, biophysical and bioengineering approaches to the understanding of the nervous system and to the development of new treatments for neurological disorders
... is an open access, peer-reviewed journal which focuses on the most recent advances across the breadth of the cellular and molecular neurosciences. Sage
Journal of Neurochemistry
JNC continues to be a leading source for research into all aspects of neuroscience, with a particular focus on molecular and cellular aspects of the nervous system, the pathogenesis of neurological disorders and the development of disease specific biomarkers. Wiley
Latest publications on neurochemistry
... is an international peer-reviewed journal that reports latest findings in all areas of contemporary neurochemistry and other fields of relevance in an afford to expand our understanding of the functions of the nervous system. Springer
… is devoted to the rapid publication of outstanding original articles and timely reviews in neurochemistry. Manuscripts on a broad range of topics will be considered, including molecular and cellular neurochemistry, neuropharmacology and genetic aspects of CNS function, neuroimmunology, metabolism as well as the neurochemistry of neurological and psychiatric disorders of the CNS
Research facilities and departments
Germany: Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology
Neurochemistry & Molecular Biology
Sweden: Arrhenius Laboratories for Natural Sciences
Department of Neurochemistry
UK: Miriam Marks Division of Neurochemistry
Institute of Neurology
USA: MGH Pathology
Sociedad Argentina de Neuroquimica - [es]
Asian-Pacific Society for Neurochemistry
... APSN was formed at the Sydney meeting of the International Society for Neurochemistry (ISN) in 1991 to promote research and education in neurochemistry and related disciplines
European Society for Neurochemistry
The Society was founded in 1976 with the aim of helping to advance the science of Neurochemistry for the public benefit, in particular to facilitate exchange of ideas and interests amongst its members
International Society for Neurochemistry
Information on publications and links to all of the world's neurochemistry societies
Japanese Society for Neurochemistry
The aim of the JSN shall be to promote the exchange of information and stimulate discussion and collaboration among the members and related international and national organizations, and to provide a forum and meetings for scientists covering all aspects of neurochemistry and brain science
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