The Biochemical Basis of Neuropharmacology
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Oxford University Press
BLURBS #"Recommended without reservation to students, physicians, and scientists who seek a lucid survey of the biochemical basis of neuronal regulatory systems in the brain."
-- The New England Journal of Medicine
"Clearly the best resource available for beginning students in neuropharmacology. It is a most valuable teaching tool for graduate as well as undergraduate and postgraduate students. The information is well presented in an orderly, clear, and concise fashion."
-- Journal of Neurochemistry
"For 17 years this small volume has been eminently suitable for students taking their initial course in neuropharmacology; additionally it is a very readable text for graduate students or non-specialist scientists. . . . An excellent introduction to neuropharmacology."
-- Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology & Physiology
"The best introductory text available for those who want to learn about the application of biochemical approaches to the study of neurotransmitter and drug actions in the nervous system."
"Definitely an excellent and most useful introductory textbookon neuropharmacology. It not only provides the basic to understanding this subject but also reveals the current trends of research in brain biochemistry."
-- Journal of the American Chemical Society
"A classic in the field of neuropharmacology, this book lucidly summarizes the application of biochemical approaches to the study of neurotransmitter and drug actions in the nervous system. An excellent primer or review."