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Editor in Chief: J. T. Efird
Indexing & Databases: Pubmed, DOAJ, EBSCO Academic Search International, EMBase, Gale Academic OneFile, Gale Health Reference Centre, Gale InfoTrac Custom Journals, Illustrata-Natural Science, ProQuest Biological Sciences, ProQuest Natural Sciences, ProQuest SciTech, ProQuest Technology, Pubmed Central, Scopus
Journal Directories: EBSCO A-Z, HINARI
Processing Speed: Blind peer review by minimum of two expert reviewers and independent editorial decision within three to four weeks. Publication within average four weeks following acceptance.
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