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American Journal of Transplantation


Title Abbreviation
Am J Transplant
ISSN
1600-6135
Electronic ISSN
1600-6143
Readership
Anesthesiologists, Cardiologists, Cardiovascular Surgeons, Cell Biologists, Hepatologists, Med-Surg Nurses, Nephrologists, Pharmacologists, Physicians, Residents, Surgeons, Transplant Surgeons
Scope
The American Journal of Transplantation serves as a forum for debate and reassessment, an agent of change, and a major platform for promoting understanding, improving results, and advancing science in this dynamic field. Published monthly, the American Journal of Transplantation provides an essential resource for researchers and clinicians around the world. Covers all major subject areas, including: Thoracic (heart, lung), abdominal (kidney, liver, pancreas, islets), tissue and stem cell transplantation; Organ and tissue donation and preservation; Tissue injury, repair, inflammation and aging; Histocompatibility; Drugs and pharmacology; Graft survival and prevention of graft dysfunction and failure; Ethical and social issues.
Sponsoring Association(s)
American Society of Transplant Surgeons (ASTS), American Society of Transplantation (AST)
Publisher Name
Wiley-Blackwell
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