Endocrine-related cancer


Endocrine-related cancer

Endocrine-Related Cancer

 Endocrine-Related Cancer
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Pays Royaume-Uni Royaume-Uni
Langue(s) anglais
Périodicité trimestriel
Genre revue scientifique
Date de fondation 1981
Ville d’édition Bristol (Grande-Bretagne)

Propriétaire Society for Endocrinology
ISSN 1351-0088 (version imprimée); 1479-6821 (version en ligne

http://erc.endocrinology-journals.org/

Endocrine-Related Cancer est un journal scientifique qui publie le résultat de recherches fondamentales ou cliniques concernant les cancers liés au système endocrinien, tant chez l'être humain que chez les animaux.

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Le journal publie des revues, certaines sur invitation, et aussi, de temps en temps, les compte-rendus de congrès mondiaux importants dans le domaine concerné.

Des résultats de recherche originaux sont aussi publiés, à condition qu'ils soient d'exceptionnelle qualité.
Tous les articles sont soumis à une évaluation par des specialistes du domaine de recherche (Évaluation par les pairs).

Voir aussi

Articles connexes (cancers, anomalies endocriniennes, conséquences, soins...

Gonades

Système hormonal

Malformations, anomalies :

Cancers ;

Médecine, Recherche

Divers ;


Systèmes et organes du corps humain


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