Special Issue "Ribbon Synapses: Molecular Mechanisms of Synaptic Signaling and Involvement in Diseases"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 August 2021.
This Special Issue on ribbon synapses welcomes studies on ribbon synapses in the retina, inner ear, and pineal gland. These include papers on the molecular anatomy and physiology of ribbon synapses. Studies on translational aspects/synaptic dysfunctions/diseases in which ribbon synapses play an important role are also welcome.
Prof. Dr. Frank Schmitz
Manuscript Submission Information
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- ribbon synapses
- molecular anatomy and physiology of ribbon synapses
- retina, inner ear ribbon synapses
- pineal gland
- synaptic ribbon
- neuronal networks
- circadian rhythms and circadian signaling