Published This Week (5th - 9th October)

Posted Thu, Oct, 08,2015

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Analytical Chemistry Insights
Organophosphate Hydrolase in Conductometric Biosensor for the Detection of Organophosphate Pesticides

Bioinformatics and Biology Insights
B-Cell and Monocyte Contribution to Systemic Lupus Erythematosus Identified by Cell-Type-Specific Differential Expression Analysis in RNA-Seq Data

Biomarker Insights
Ameloblastoma: A Review of Recent Molecular Pathogenetic Discoveries Supplementary Issue: Signaling Pathways as Biomarkers

More than a Decade of Tyrosine Kinase Inhibitors in the Treatment of Solid Tumors: What We Have Learned and What the Future Holds

Cancer Growth and Metastasis
Current State of Animal (Mouse) Modeling in Melanoma Research

Cancer Informatics
Multiscale Model of Colorectal Cancer Using the Cellular Potts Framework

Clinical Medicine Insights: Cardiology
Introductory Editorial - Heart Failure: An Exploration of Recent Advances in Research and Treatment (A)

Clinical Medicine Reviews in Women's Health
Missing Implanon: Report of Two Cases

Evolutionary Bioinformatics
Genomics and Evolution in Traditional Medicinal Plants: Road to a Healthier Life

Magnetic Resonance Insights
The Interface Between Iron Metabolism and Gene-Based Iron Contrast for MRI

Iron Oxide as an MRI Contrast Agent for Cell Tracking

Ophthalmology and Eye Diseases
What was Glaucoma Called Before the 20th Century?

Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment
Birth and Neonatal Outcomes Following Opioid Use in Pregnancy: A Danish Population-Based Study

A Peer Support Scale for Adults Treated for Psychoactive Substance-Use Disorder: A Rasch Analysis

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