Nature Reviews Neuroscience

(The TQCC of Nature Reviews Neuroscience is 74. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-03-01 to 2023-03-01.)
Oxidative stress, dysfunctional glucose metabolism and Alzheimer disease719
The brain’s default network: updated anatomy, physiology and evolving insights465
Necroptosis and RIPK1-mediated neuroinflammation in CNS diseases386
Novel electrode technologies for neural recordings323
Stress granules and neurodegeneration296
Using second-person neuroscience to elucidate the mechanisms of social interaction282
Rhythms of life: circadian disruption and brain disorders across the lifespan250
Striatal circuits for reward learning and decision-making248
Amyloid-β-independent regulators of tau pathology in Alzheimer disease239
The roles of perineuronal nets and the perinodal extracellular matrix in neuronal function224
A cross-disorder connectome landscape of brain dysconnectivity217
The human imagination: the cognitive neuroscience of visual mental imagery206
Astrocytes in chronic pain and itch190
Environmental enrichment, new neurons and the neurobiology of individuality188
Macrophages at CNS interfaces: ontogeny and function in health and disease181
Beyond the neuron–cellular interactions early in Alzheimer disease pathogenesis178
A contextual binding theory of episodic memory: systems consolidation reconsidered176
Neuron–glia interactions in the pathophysiology of epilepsy174
Mitochondria as central regulators of neural stem cell fate and cognitive function169
B cells in autoimmune and neurodegenerative central nervous system diseases143
The m6A epitranscriptome: transcriptome plasticity in brain development and function138
Understanding the retinal basis of vision across species133
The diversity of GABAergic neurons and neural communication elements126
Emerging connections between cerebellar development, behaviour and complex brain disorders125
Sensorimotor processing in the rodent barrel cortex124
Heterogeneity within classical cell types is the rule: lessons from hippocampal pyramidal neurons124
Embracing diversity in the 5-HT neuronal system122
The future of rodent models in depression research121
Believing in dopamine118
Deconstructing cortical folding: genetic, cellular and mechanical determinants116
Adaptive learning under expected and unexpected uncertainty109
Vestibular processing during natural self-motion: implications for perception and action108
The neurobiological basis of narcolepsy105
Optical voltage imaging in neurons: moving from technology development to practical tool98
Optical control of neuronal ion channels and receptors97
Oscillating circuitries in the sleeping brain92
Portraits of communication in neuronal networks91
How the epigenome integrates information and reshapes the synapse85
The what, where and how of delay activity84
Exploring phylogeny to find the function of sleep84
Affective valence in the brain: modules or modes?81
The neural mechanisms and consequences of paternal caregiving74