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Autonomic Neuroscience: Basic and Clinical

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This is an international journal with broad coverage of all aspects of the autonomic nervous system in man and animals. The main areas of interest include the innervation of blood vessels and viscera, autonomic ganglia, efferent and afferent autonomic pathways, and autonomic nuclei and pathways in the central nervous system.

The Editors will consider papers that deal with any aspect of the autonomic nervous system, including structure, physiology, pharmacology, biochemistry, development, evolution, ageing, behavioural aspects, integrative role and influence on emotional and physical states of the body. Interdisciplinary studies will be encouraged. Studies dealing with human pathology will be also welcome.The journal publishes Special Issues in which leading experts are invited to serve as Guest Editors to compile a collection of reviews, and occasionally original articles, around a particular topical theme in neuroscience research. The list of recent Special Issues can be found here. Suggestions for Special Issues can be made directly to the Editor-in-Chief.

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International Society for Autonomic Neuroscience (ISAN) is a society comprising of researchers, medical professionals, academics, industry professionals and students working with the autonomic nervous system.

The purpose of ISAN is to facilitate communication between those working in this area of neuroscience and to raise the profile of autonomic neuroscience. It will arrange meetings, lobby for an improved representation of autonomic neuroscience in such organizations as IBRO, and aid communication between scientists who work on all aspects of the autonomic nervous system.

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