Call for Papers: Translational Biomedicine Journal
INDEX COPERNICUS VALUE 2012: 6.10
Let me introduce you Translational Biomedicine (TBM).
TBM is an international, peer-reviewed, hybrid journal which publishes high quality articles from all areas and fields which have an impact to understand human biology, pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment for human diseases. Translational Biomedicine related event’s proceedings and abstracts are also published.
TBM is published by iMedPub. Our journal is indexed in reputed search engines. We have world famous expert scientists on our editorial board. More information about the Journal is available on our website.
We invite you to become reviewer for TBM.
You can register here.
We also invite you to submit your valuable work for publication in TBM. TBM welcomes Original Research Manuscripts, Methodology, Protocol, Clinical trials, Case Reports, Comprehensive and Mini Review Articles and Short Communications from all areas and fields. These may be either from you or from your colleagues/faculty. Please follow Instructions to the author for preparing your manuscript TBM.
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Some of our articles:
- The 13th Annual Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Virology Association: Current Advances in Virology and Prion Biology in the Rocky Mountain region
- Pneumosinus dilatans frontalis: a case report
- Acute myeloid leukaemia - therapy - past, present and future
- Comparing sources of stem cells for transfusion in acute myeloid leukemia
- Monoclonal biologics in acute myeloid leukemia (aml) therapy: translational strategies, policy, regulation and stakeholder engagemen
- Interdiciplinary intergrative skills and acute myeloid leukaemia research
- Macromolecular Syntheses in the Pancreatic Acinar Cells of Aging Mice as Observed by Electron Microscopic Radioautography
- Occurrence of cancers of the gastrointestinal tract in the Republic of Suriname. results from a descriptive study between the years 1980 and 2008