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Journal of Neurochemistry JNC
 
Journal of Neurochemistry continues to be a leading source for research into all aspects of neuroscience, with a particular focus on molecular and cellular aspects of the nervous system, the pathogenesis of neurological disorders and the development of disease specific biomarkers.

Journal metrics:
  Check Impact Factor: 3.973
  Check 5-Year Impact Factor: 4.250
  Check Article Influence Score: 1.300
  Check Submission to First Decision: ~27 Days
  Check Publication in Accepted Articles: 3 Days
  Check Publication in Early View: 31 Days
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Most Accessed Papers i
1. Adult neural stem cells: an endogenous tool to repair brain injury?
Full text downloads in 2013: 1,338
   
2. Sequential Treatment of SH-SY5Y Cells with Retinoic Acid and Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor Gives Rise to Fully Differentiated, Neurotrophic Factor-Dependent, Human Neuron-Like Cells
Full text downloads in 2013: 1,241
   
3. Generation of reactive oxygen species by the mitochondrial electron transport chain
Full text downloads in 2013: 1,180
   
4. The amyloid hypothesis for Alzheimer’s disease: a critical reappraisal
Full text downloads in 2013: 1,095
   
5. Effect of proteasome inhibition by MG-132 on HSP27 oligomerization, phosphorylation, and aggresome formation in the OLN-93 oligodendroglia cell line
Full text downloads in 2013: 1,027
   
6. Nerve growth factor-mediated regulation of pain signalling and proposed new intervention strategies in clinical pain management
Full text downloads in 2013: 978
   
7. Functional gamma-secretase inhibitors reduce beta‚Äźamyloid peptide levels in brain
Full text downloads in 2013: 977
   
8. Oxidative stress and neurodegeneration: where are we now?
Full text downloads in 2013: 910
   
9. Morphological plasticity of rodent astroglia
Full text downloads in 2013: 906
   
10. mTOR: at the crossroads of aging, chaperones, and Alzheimer's disease
Full text downloads in 2013: 841
Most Cited Papers ii
1. Hydrogen sulfide as a gasotransmitter
Times Cited: 86
   
2. Naturally occurring phytochemicals for the prevention of Alzheimer's disease
Times Cited: 61
   
3. Quantitative targeted absolute proteomics of human blood-brain barrier transporters and receptors
Times Cited: 54
   
4. l-DOPA-induced dopamine efflux in the striatum and the substantia nigra in a rat model of Parkinson's disease: temporal and quantitative relationship to the expression of dyskinesia
Times Cited: 47
   
5. Toll-like receptor 4 in CNS pathologies
Times Cited: 46
   
6. Aging-dependent changes of microglial cells and their relevance for neurodegenerative disorders
Times Cited: 45
   
7. Characterization of AZD4694, a novel fluorinated A beta plaque neuroimaging PET radioligand
Times Cited: 42
   
8. Low-density lipoprotein receptor-related protein-1: a serial clearance homeostatic mechanism controlling Alzheimer's amyloid beta-peptide elimination from the brain
Times Cited: 40
   
9. Increased intranuclear matrix metalloproteinase activity in neurons interferes with oxidative DNA repair in focal cerebral ischemia
.Times Cited: 37
   
10. Energy substrate availability as a determinant of neuronal resting potential, GABA signaling and spontaneous network activity in the neonatal cortex in vitro
Times Cited: 36
 
i Most Accessed Papers figures based on data from January - May 2013 in Wiley Online Library.
ii Papers published since 2011, citations as at 27 June 2013
 
 
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