Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy

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Cynthia Reid wrote:
From: "Cynthia Reid" <CynthiaReid@worldnet.att.net>
Subject: Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy
Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2000 00:22:12 -0400

Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy

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Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy is one of the few journals at the forefront
of fundamental and technical science, biological and medical disciplines,
therapeutics and pathological description. Original, analytical studies
together with synthetic and critical articles are accepted for publication.

The objective of Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy is:
- to create an interface between clinical and laboratory responses to drugs
and to investigate critical approaches to different pathologies with regard
to biological and clinical data,
- to provide a niche for authors whose work is not directly defined by the
criteria of existing journals.

Biomedicine and Pharmacotherapy publishes original articles, reviews,
preliminary communications, letters to the editor, notes on recently
published papers and dossiers (AIDS, diabetes, physical factors of disease,
obesity, cardiology, cancer, endorphins, human genetics, neurogenetical
diseases, Alzheimer's disease, etc.) which fall within the general scope of
basic and clinical medicine and pharmacology. General fields of interest
include molecular and cell biology, genetic disease, immunology and
immunoregulation and chemotheraphy. Special emphasis is placed on studies of
specific topics such as drugs on cell structural and functional elements,
the mechanism of gene regulation in normal and pathological cells, the role
of viruses and parasites in animals and humans and the therapy of diseases
they include. Brief reports of meetings, symposia and conferences will also
be considered for publication as well as announcements of scientific
meetings or academic courses of interest to the readers.

Audience:
Biologists, Pharmacotherapists, Hospital Practitioners.

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Editor: G. Mathe
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Sunday, July 9, 2000
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