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Specific antibodies against 15-mers derived from JC polyomavirus VP2 were detected in human plasma, allowing the future development of novel biomarkers for this common infection.
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A new method for the estimation of intra-tumor heterogeneity from single sample SNP array and sequencing data
Targeting the reversal of three epigenetic mechanisms may be an effective therapy for acute myeloid leukemia.
Incidence of chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME) peaks around 10-19 years and 30-39 years, with higher overall incidence in women, indicating that both sex and age factors may affect CFS/ME risk.
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Tropical Diseases, Travel Medicine and Vaccines will publish basic, clinical and translational research and reviews related to the prevention and management of healthcare and diseases in international travelers. It is the first open access journal in the field of travel medicine and the first journal to focus on these three interrelated clinical specialties.
The Editor in Chief is Mark Riddle, Commander in the Medical Corps of the United States Navy and board certified in General Public Health & Preventive Medicine. Cmdr. Riddle is also an Associate Editor of BMC Gastroenterology. He is joined by a distinguished editorial board of researchers and clinicians from all continents (except Antarctica).
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Avian Research has now fully launched
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Avian Research, previously entitled 'Chinese Birds', is jointly sponsored by Beijing Forestry University and the China Ornithological Society. It publishes research articles and reviews on all aspects of ornithology including research in fossil birds.
The Editor-in-Chief of Avian Research is Professor Guangmei Zheng, Beijing Normal University, China. Prof. Zheng is an academician of Chinese Academy of Sciences, as well as a senior member of International Ornithological Committee, vice-Chairman of World Pheasant Association and President of China Ornithological Society. Under his leadership, a well-established international editorial board has been recruited.
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