Published This Week (14th - 18th December)

Posted Thu, Dec, 17,2015

We are pleased to announce the publication of the following peer reviewed papers. Sign up to receive email alerts to receive immediate notification of new papers.

Air, Soil and Water Research
Performance Evaluation of AERMOD and CALPUFF Air Dispersion Models in Industrial Complex Area

Biomarkers in Cancer
Oncogene Overdose: Too Much of a Bad Thing for Oncogene-Addicted Cancer Cells

Molecular Profiling of Refractory Adrenocortical Cancers and Predictive Biomarkers to Therapy

Biomarker Insights
miRNAs As Diagnostic and Prognostic Biomarkers in Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma and Its Precursor Lesions: A Review

Breast Cancer: Basic and Clinical Research
Predictors of Surgery Types after Neoadjuvant Therapy for Advanced Stage Breast Cancer: Analysis from Florida Population-Based Cancer Registry (1996-2009)

Eribulin in the Management of Advanced Breast Cancer: Implications of Current Research Findings

Cancer Informatics
Differential Expression Analysis for RNA-Seq: An Overview of Statistical Methods and Computational Software

Improving Cancer Gene Expression Data Quality through a TCGA Data-Driven Evaluation of Identifier Filtering

Environmental Health Insights
Air Pollutant Mapping with a Mobile Laboratory During the BEE-TEX Field Study

Evolutionary Bioinformatics
Phylogeny Inference of Closely Related Bacterial Genomes: Combining the Features of Both Overlapping Genes and Collinear Genomic Regions

Magnetic Resonance Insights
Introductory Editorial: New Concepts in Magnetic Resonance as Applied to Cellular and In Vivo Applications

Nutrition and Metabolic Insights
The Influence of Early Infant-Feeding Practices on the Intestinal Microbiome and Body Composition in Infants

Primary Prevention Insights
The Asthma-Obesity Epidemic

Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment
A Cohort Study on Long-Term Adverse Effects of Parental Drinking: Background and Study Design

Virology: Research and Treatment
Molecular Detection and Clinical Implications of HTLV-1 Infections among Antiretroviral Therapy-Naïve HIV-1-Infected Individuals in Abuja, Nigeria

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