In our latest featured article, Kida et al. examine the enhanced forgetting abilities of mice showing PTSD-like behaviours through treatment using neurogenesis enhancers, such as memantine and exercise. Read more here.
Call for Papers
We are now welcoming submissions to our new thematic series celebrating Donald O. Hebb's seminal work, The Organization of Behavior.
Find out more about the Hebb 70 series here.
No major experimental revisions requested. We will not request major additional experiments during the peer-review process, as we believe that high-quality data should be published promptly without unnecessary delay.
Aims and scope
Molecular Brain is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers manuscripts on all aspects of studies on the nervous system at the molecular, cellular, and systems level providing a forum for scientists to communicate their findings.
Molecular brain research is a rapidly expanding research field in which integrative approaches at the genetic, molecular, cellular and synaptic levels yield key information about the physiological and pathological brain. These studies involve the use of a wide range of modern techniques in molecular biology, genomics, proteomics, imaging and electrophysiology.