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Interview with Dr TaguchiPosted 03 Mar 2015

This author interview is by Dr Y-H Taguchi, of Chuo University. Dr Taguchi's full paper, Apparent microRNA-Target-specific Histone...

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Published During FebruaryPosted 01 Mar 2015

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Published This Week (23rd February - 27th February)Posted 26 Feb 2015

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Identifying Legitimate Journals: A Guide for ScholarsPosted 04 Feb 2015

This is a summary of a paper I recently published in Learned Publishing, the journal of the Association of Learned and Professional Society...

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