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Database Analysis of Adults with Bipolar Disorder Consuming a Micronutrient Formula

Journal: Clinical Medicine Insights: Psychiatry Authors: Dermot Gately and Bonnie J. Kaplan (17149 Views since 01 Apr 2009) Find out more

Relationship Between the Plasma Concentration of C-Reactive Protein and Severity of Peripheral Arterial Disease

Journal: Clinical Medicine Insights: Cardiology Authors: Joaquin De Haro, Francisco Acin, Francisco Jose Medina, Alfonso Lopez-Quintana et al (18436 Views since 23 Jan 2009) Find out more

Current Challenge in Consumer Health Informatics: Bridging the Gap between Access to Information and Information Understanding

Journal: Biomedical Informatics Insights Authors: Laurence Alpay, John Verhoef, Bo Xie et al (18841 Views since 03 Apr 2009) Find out more

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Spectroscopy (MRS) in Breast Cancer

Journal: Magnetic Resonance Insights Authors: Uma Sharma, Rani Gupta Sah and Naranamangalam R. Jagannathan (18869 Views since 30 Oct 2008) Find out more

Intraspecific ITS Variability in the Kingdom Fungi as Expressed in the International Sequence Databases and Its Implications for Molecular Species Identification

Journal: Evolutionary Bioinformatics Authors: R. Henrik Nilsson, Erik Kristiansson, Martin Ryberg et al (17858 Views since 26 May 2008) Find out more


Interview with Author Dr Huriye KızıltanPosted 29 Jul 2014

This author interview is by Dr Huriye Şenay Kızıltan, of Bezmialem Vakif University Faculty of Medicine, Turkey.  Dr Kiziltan's...

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Interview with Author Dr Ravi SahuPosted 28 Jul 2014

This author interview is by Dr Ravi P. Sahu, of Indiana University School of Medicine.  Dr Sahu's full paper, Systemic...

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35 Libertas Journals now in PubmedPosted 25 Jul 2014

Libertas is progressively adding more journals to Pubmed, with 35 now available on Pubmed and a large quantity in the latter stages of...

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Why Libertas Academica Joined OASPAPosted 16 Aug 2013

In August Libertas joined the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA).  We are also associated with the Association of...

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Gene Regulation and Systems Biology Call for Papers

Gene Regulation and Systems Biology is concerned with the regulation of genes and the proteins they encode and the relationship between gene regulation and the wider field of systems biology.The regulation of genes and the proteins they encode is at the core of systems biology. Understanding the role of gene regulation in the context of the entire system as it relates to disease processes...

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