Fast anterograde transport (orthograde or forward flowing) is involved in the transport of materials that have a functional role at the nerve terminals (e.g., precursors of peptide neurotransmitters, enzymes needed for the synthesis of small ...
Essential Neuroscience (Point (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins)) available on December 18 2014 from Amazon for $36.95
ISBN bar code 9780781783835 ξ1 registered June 02 2012
ISBN bar code 9780781783835 ξ3 registered December 18 2014
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The Second Edition covers fundamental neuroscience topics, integrating essential information with clinical and physiological considerations, providing students with multiple opportunities for review and self-testing, and presenting the latest relevant developments in neuroscience.
I'm a UCSF Dental student. We're going through our Neurology II block currently and all the professors that teach Neuro highly recommended buying the book (what student buys books these days when they're all on PDF...). They said things like "oh its so good and concise and easy to read and has all the necessary information and you'll be using it forever..." Not the caseIf you already know your Neuro decently well (which I thankfully do), this book is great as it definitely refreshes your memory quick and..
It is a terrific book of neuroscience. Other textbooks on market are either too brief on neurophysiology or dwell too much on the field biochemistry. The best thing about this book is that it touches on every aspects of neurology comprehensively and specifically catered for medical students. The arrangement is coherent and it is easy to follow the flow of the book, which explained each part of the nervous system by its afferent and efferent connections. Diagrams are adequate and the pathway are vividly illu..
This is a spectacular textbook. It is very well written and very easy to understand, unlike many similar texts. The first few chapters provided a very detailed and essential introduction and orientation for med school neurology, and the book as a whole proved to be a spectacular reference. I very strongly recommend this book! Also, check out the Netter's neurology flash cards. The cards are flimsy and cheap, and the info gets way too detailed at times, but the info on the back of the cards reinforces a..