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The European Journal of Experimental Biology (Journal ISSN No: 2248-9215) is an international journal devoted to -
European Journal of Experimental Biology is an open access journal, authors and readers reflect a broad interdisciplinary group of scientists who study molecular, cellular and organismal physiology in an evolutionary and environmental context.
European Journal of Experimental Biology serves an intellectual audience that is interested in the latest research coming out of universities and industries around the world. The journal publishes research developments and disseminates them to an international audience. The journal welcomes publications of high quality papers. Original research papers, reviews and high quality technical notes.
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Author(s): Alma O Reilly, Sarah Rawe, Robert Redmond, Elaine Meade, James Murphy and Mary Garvey
Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) is the most prevalent leukemia amongst adults in Europe and North America with a median age of diagnosis of 72 years. Risk factors for this disease include sex, ethn ... Read More
Author(s): Sean Doyle, Elaine Meade, Colin Fowley and Mary Garvey
The health effects of low level, chronic exposure to environmental contaminants include the development of anti-biotic resistance, endocrine disruption and carcinogenicity amongst other issues in aqua ... Read More
Author(s): Mariana Kuniyoshi, Renata Nakamichi, Silmara de Melo Carmona, Maria Aparecida da Glória, Maria Aparecida Dalboni, Beata Marie Redublo Quinto, Marcelo Costa Batista
Visceral obesity is the main foundation to the development of Metabolic Syndrome (MS), representing the pathophysiological basis related to the epidemic burden of cardiovascular disease. The increase ... Read More