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Hebb 70

To celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the publication of Donald Hebb’s seminal work, The Organization of Behavior, the Editors-in-Chief of Molecular Brain are inviting submissions to the newly launched Hebb 70 series.

The series is to run in conjunction with the Hebb 70 Meeting, organized by the Association for the Study of Neurons and Diseases. Taking place between 23rd and 26th June 2019, the meeting covers the themes of Synapses, Engrams and Synapses & Disease.

Molecular Brain welcomes submissions relevant to these Hebbian themes.  Articles can take the form of Reviews, Original Research or Micro Reports, and should be submitted through the journal's online submission system by 30th November 2019.

  1. The synapse is typically viewed as a single compartment, which acts as a linear gain controller on incoming input. Traditional plasticity rules enable this gain control to be dynamically optimized by Hebbian a...

    Authors: Rudi Tong, Nigel J. Emptage and Zahid Padamsey

    Citation: Molecular Brain 2020 13:79

    Content type: Review

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  2. Information processing and memory formation in the brain relies on release of the main excitatory neurotransmitter glutamate from presynaptic axonal specialisations. The classical Hebbian paradigm of synaptic ...

    Authors: Olga Kopach, Kaiyu Zheng and Dmitri A. Rusakov

    Citation: Molecular Brain 2020 13:39

    Content type: Research

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    The Correction to this article has been published in Molecular Brain 2020 13:48

  3. Recent studies demonstrate that calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) plays critical roles in migraine. Immunohistochemistry and in situ hybridization studies have shown that CGRP and its receptors are expres...

    Authors: Yinglu Liu, Qi-Yu Chen, Jung Hyun Lee, Xu-Hui Li, Shengyuan Yu and Min Zhuo

    Citation: Molecular Brain 2020 13:36

    Content type: Research

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  4. N-methyl-d-aspartate receptors (NMDARs) are excitatory glutamatergic receptors that are fundamental for many neuronal processes, including synaptic plasticity. NMDARs are comprised of four subunits derived from h...

    Authors: Vishaal Rajani, Ameet S. Sengar and Michael W. Salter

    Citation: Molecular Brain 2020 13:23

    Content type: Review

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  5. Hippocampal GABAergic interneurons play key roles in regulating principal cell activity and plasticity. Interneurons located in stratum oriens/alveus (O/A INs) receive excitatory inputs from CA1 pyramidal cells a...

    Authors: André Kougioumoutzakis, Joe Guillaume Pelletier, Isabel Laplante, Abdessattar Khlaifia and Jean-Claude Lacaille

    Citation: Molecular Brain 2020 13:12

    Content type: Research

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