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ASN Neuro

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SAGE has acquired the open-access journal ASN Neuro, the official publication of the American Society of Neurochemistry (ASN). 

The journal is said to provide glial and neuro scholars with high-quality research articles and reviews that cover recent advances across the breadth of the cellular and molecular neurosciences.

The journal’s research is broken down into nine “knowledge environments”: chemistry, genetics, metabolism, development, glia, repair, degeneration, immunity, and signalling. These groupings are said to allow papers to be discovered by specific article or searched based on the other articles with which they are associated.