Dr Antonio Brunetti
Dr Felipe T Da Silva
Dr Josef Troger
Dr Massimo Conese
|Category : International Journal|
|Publisher : Bioinfo Publications|
|ISSN : 0976-8068 (Print) E-ISSN : 0976-8076 (Online) Frequency : Quarterly|
|Index Copernicus Value (ICV) : 5.79 (2012); 4.74 (2011); 4.72 (2010) CODEN : JPR|
|DOI : 10.9735/0976-8068 Abbreviation : J Pathol Res|
|Subject : Medical Sciences License : Plagiarism :|
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