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Editorial projects available in scientific journals have focused on global issues but often alien to our sensibilities.
Driven regionalism offers shop windows especially in the robust Anglo French or German groups. The oldest journals do not receive private or government support or and tend to disappear.
Is diffuse the feeling that new emerging economies are pumping energies and fresh money on publications with “etherogeneous” but well indexed projects.
As we speak on the widely popular open source projects we arrive to qualify them often as second-class operations and sometimes depressive fund raising acitivities.
It’s time to channel scarce resources left on what it may mean more to our communities. We look forward initiatives that may lead to a new renaissance of our universities and minds.

The Open Neurology Journal
Volume 4, 2010

A panel of international experts depicts from bench to bedside promising lines in stroke medicine and research

Editorial [Hot topic; Cerebrovascular Diseases: Perspectives for the Next Decade] pp.25-25 (1) Author: Francesco Corea

Animal Models of Ischemic Stroke. Part One: Modeling Risk Factors pp.26-33 (8) Authors: Marco Bacigaluppi, Giancarlo Comi, Dirk M. Hermann

Animal Models of Ischemic Stroke. Part Two: Modeling Cerebral ischemia pp.34-38 (5) Authors: Marco Bacigaluppi, Giancarlo Comi, Dirk M. Hermann

Autonomic Dysfunction and Risk Stratification Assessed from Heart Rate Pattern pp.39-49 (11) Authors: A. Gunther, O. W. Witte, D. Hoyer

Cervical Artery Dissection: Emerging Risk Factors pp.50-55 (6) Authors: S. Micheli, M. Paciaroni, F. Corea, G. Agnelli, M. Zampolini, V. Caso

Prevention Strategies for Cardioembolic Stroke: Present and Future Perspectives pp.56-63 (8) Authors: Giacomo Giacalone, Mohammed Abballa Abbas, Francesco Corea

Clinical Pharmacology and Vascular Risk pp.64-72 (9) Authors: G. Silvestrelli, F. Corea, S. Micheli, A. Lanari