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Michael AC, Borland LM, editors. Electrochemical Methods for Neuroscience. Boca Raton (FL): CRC Press/Taylor & Francis; 2007.

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Series Preface

Sidney A. Simon, Ph.D. and Miguel A.L. Nicolelis, M.D., Ph.D., Series Editors.

The Frontiers in Neuroengineering series presents the insights of experts on emerging experimental techniques and theoretical concepts that are or will be at the vanguard of neuroscience. Books in the series cover topics ranging from methods to investigate apoptosis to modern techniques for neural ensemble recordings in behaving animals. The series also covers new and exciting multidisciplinary areas of brain research, such as computational neuroscience and neuroengineering, and describes breakthroughs in fields like insect sensory neuroscience, primate audition, and biomedical engineering. The goal is for this series to be the reference that every neuroscientist uses in order to get acquainted with new methodologies in brain research. These books can be given to graduate students and postdoctoral fellows when they are looking for guidance to start a new line of research.

Each book is edited by an expert and consists of chapters written by the leaders in a particular field. Books are richly illustrated and contain comprehensive bibliographies. Chapters provide substantial background material relevant to the particular subject. Hence, they are not the usual type of method books. They contain detailed “tricks of the trade” and information as to where these methods can be safely applied. In addition, they include information about where to buy equipment and web sites helpful in solving both practical and theoretical problems. Finally, they present detailed discussions of the present knowledge of the field and where it should go.

We hope that, as the volumes become available, the effort put in by us, the publisher, the book editors, and the individual authors will contribute to the further development of brain research. The extent to which we achieve this goal will be determined by the utility of these books.

Copyright © 2007, Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
Bookshelf ID: NBK2585


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