In Vivo, International Journal of Experimental and Clinical Pathophysiology and Drug Research
Biotechnology, Cytology, Endocrinology/Metabolism, Genomics, Immunology, Nutrition, Oncology, Pathology, Pharmacology, Physiology, Radiology, Research, Toxicology
Biomedical Researchers, Cell Biologists, Cytologists, Endocrinologists, Immunologists, Oncologists, Pathologists, Pharmacologists, Physiologists, Radiologists, Scientists, Toxicologists
IN VIVO is a multidisciplinary journal designed to bring together original high quality works and reviews on experimental and clinical biomedical research within the frames of human physiology, pathology and disease management. The topics of IN VIVO include: 1. Experimental development and application of new diagnostic and therapeutic procedures; 2. Pharmacological and toxicological evaluation of new drugs, drug combinations and drug delivery systems; 3. Clinical trials; 4. Development and characterization of models of biomedical research; 5. Cancer diagnosis and treatment; 6. Immunotherapy and vaccines; 7. Radiotherapy, Imaging; 8. Tissue engineering, Regenerative medicine; 9. Carcinogenesis; 10. Retrospective studies and case reports. Each article should include a concrete conclusion constituting of a “new piece of knowledge” backed up by unambiguous and accurate scientific evidence. Manuscripts will be accepted on the understanding that they report original unpublished works that are not under consideration for publication by another journal, and that they will not be published again in the same form. ?ll authors should sign a submission letter confirming the approval of their article contents. All material submitted to IN VIVO will be subject to peer-review, when appropriate, by two members of the Editorial Board. All manuscripts submitted to IN VIVO are urgently treated with absolute confidence, with access restricted to the Managing Editor, the journal’s secretary, the reviewers and the printers. The Editors reserve the right to improve manuscripts on grammar and style. The use of animals in biomedical research should take place under careful supervision of a person adequately trained in this field and the animals must be treated humanely at all times. Such research should adhere to the Guiding Principles in the Care and Use of Animals approved by the Council of the American Physiological Society.
German Society for Comparative Oncology, Inc. (Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Vergleichende Onkologie), International Institute of Anticancer Research (IIAR)
International Institute of Anticancer Research (IIAR)
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