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Molecular Neurology

Yale Medicine Magazine, 2008 - Spring


edited by Stephen G. Waxman, Ph.D., M.D., the Bridget Marie Flaherty Professor of Neurology, Neurobiology and Pharmacology and chair of neurology (Elsevier Academic Press) Molecular neuroscience is revealing important clues to the pathogenesis and pathophysiology of neurological diseases and to the therapeutic targets that they present. Waxman explains the ways in which researchers use their understanding of the molecular basis of neurology to develop new therapies. The book highlights the principles underlying molecular medicine as related to neurology and presents up-to-date principles and disease examples. The author also reviews the concepts, strategies and latest progress in the field.

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