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Recent advances in nanomaterials indicates that the central nervous system (CNS) is susceptible to nanoparticle induced alterations leading to functional or structural alterations. This knowledge is currently disseminated in vast array of journals dealing with broad subject areas related to pharmacology, toxicology, neuroscience or nanosciences. Thus, there is an urgent need to collect all these diverse information related to nanoscience and brain function in one place using Journal of Nanoneuroscience for the benefit of the scientific community, researchers, health planners, health care providers, policy makers, environmentalists, biologists, chemists, and physicist in this emerging area of medical science.

Publisher: American Scientific Publishers

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Volume 1, Number 2, December 2009

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Editorial

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Nanoneuroscience is an Established Discipline Now
pp. 95-96(2)
Author: Sharma, Hari Shanker

Expert Opinion

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Defining Nanotechnology to Foster Neuroscience
pp. 97-99(3)
Authors: Howard, Paul C.; Slikker, William

Reviews

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Glutamate Monitoring In Vitro and In Vivo: Recent Progress in the Field of Glutamate Biosensors
pp. 100-115(16)
Authors: Rieben, Nathalie; Cherouati, Nadia; Martinez, Karen L.

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Carbon-Based Nanoparticles and Innate Immune Responses in the Brain
pp. 116-119(4)
Authors: Campbell, Arezoo; Wang, Kate

Research Articles

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Single Molecule Measurements of Interaction Free Energies Between the Proteins Within Binary and Ternary SNARE Complexes
pp. 120-129(10)
Authors: Liu, W.; Montana, Vedrana; Parpura, Vladimir; Mohideen, U.

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Regeneration of Adult Mice Motoneurons Utilizing a Defined System and Anti-Oxidant Nanoparticles
pp. 130-143(14)
Authors: Bhargava, Neelima; Das, Mainak; Karakoti, Ajay S.; Patil, Swanand; Kang, Jung Fong; Stancescu, Maria; Kindy, Mark S.; Seal, Sudipta; Hickman, James J.

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Increased Numbers of Injections of Doxorubicin Bound to Nanoparticles Lead to Enhanced Efficacy Against Rat Glioblastoma 101/8
pp. 144-151(8)
Authors: Wohlfart, S.; Bernreuther, C.; Khalansky, A. S.; Theisen, A.; Weissenberger, J.; Gelperina, S.; Glatzel, M.; Kreuter, J.

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Glycopeptide-Decorated Nanoparticles as Drug Carriers for CNS: Effects of Surface Coverage and Carbohydrate Type
pp. 152-157(6)
Authors: Tosi, G.; Costantino, L.; Rivasi, F.; Ruozi, B.; Bondioli, L.; Vergoni, A. V.; Tacchi, R.; Bertolini, A.; Vandelli, M. A.; Forni, F.

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Neural Regenerative Medicine and Detection Strategies for Neurochemistry
pp. 158-173(16)
Authors: Cheran, Larissa-Emilia; Thompson, Michael

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Formulation of Didanosine Prodrugs into PEGylated Poly(alkyl cyanoacrylate) Nanoparticles and Uptake by Brain Endothelial Cells
pp. 174-183(10)
Authors: Pierson, Laure-Anne; Nicolas, Julien; Lalanne, Muriel; Brambilla, Davide; Marsaud, Véronique; Nicolas, Valérie; Ball, Rita; Stanimirovic, Danica; Couvreur, Patrick; Andrieux, Karine

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