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  • 13th Mar 2013

  • “… a unique opportunity to bring neuroscience to neurology and take advances in neurology out into the community of neurologists and associated specialties.” These are not my words, but were written by Roger Barker 12 years ago. They are as relevant today as when they were first written. Whilst the principles founding this publication have […]

  • From the Editor…
  • Posted in Editor's introduction

  • 13th Mar 2013

  • We are sad in the ACNR offices that both Roger Barker and Alasdair Coles are now taking a back seat in the running of this journal, but happy that we do not have to say good-bye completely! Roger, with our publisher Rachael Hansford, delivered the first issue 12 years ago in March/April 2001, and Alasdair […]

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  • 31st Jan 2013

  • Sanjeev Rajakulendran and Dimitri Kullmann review the inherited ion channel disorders of the brain, an area that is constantly evolving. As an undergraduate I learnt about the sodium, potassium and calcium ion channels simply to understand the basis of the resting membrane potential; action potentials and muscle contraction with no real reference to clinical neurology. […]

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  • 12th Dec 2012

  • There was a time when the diagnosis of an inherited neuropathy relied on clinical features, neurophysiology and a keen knowledge of their classification. However,in recent years the use of genetic tests has transformed this field as Houlden et al reveal in their excellent review. In this article they not only describe the variety of genes that […]

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  • 10th Dec 2012

  • Martin Turner and Gwenaëlle Douaud provide us with a stimulating account on recent thoughts about MND and how the loss of inhibitory interneurons may underlie some aspects of the disease.They discuss all this in the context of some of the known associations between MND and athleticism and this review certainly gets you thinking about neurodegenerative […]

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