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Molecular Biology of the Neuron (The Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology Series) Paperback – 9 Mar 2006


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It is always difficult to ensure a uniform standard of writing from a diverse group of authors, but these editors seem to have achieved it. Thus, each of the chapters provides a useful review of current knowledge of molecular data relating to neurons . . . will be appreciated by those in clinical systems or cellular neuroscience . . . it is unfair to pick out particular chapters for mention, since all of them are well constructed. (Physiology News, Number 56)

About the Author

Brian Morris is an Emeritus Professor of Anthropology, Goldsmiths College, at the University of London. His many publications include Chewa Medical Botany, Animals and Ancestors, Kropotkin: The Politics of Community, Insects and Human Life and Anthropological Studies of Religion: An Introductory Text (Cambridge University Press, 1987).

R.W. Davies is Emeritus Professor, Centre for Russian and East European Studies, University of Birmingham, UK, and Stephen G. Wheatcroft is in the History Department, Melbourne University, Australia.


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