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By Giacinto Bagetta, M. Tiziana Corasaniti, T. Sakurada, S. Sakurada

This quantity offers a vast assessment of vital new advances within the box of Neuropharmacology. In 20 chapters, a variety of foreign participants talk about themes together with endocannabinoid functionality, ache, pressure, astrocytes and so on, and new percentages for remedies of neurological ailments with neuropharmacological techniques.

- state of the art articles in neuropharmacology
- Discusses new probabilities for remedies of neurological disorders
- Very foreign authorship delivering an international view of the country of study

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