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Transplantation Reviews

Title Abbreviation
Transplant Rev
Electronic ISSN
Cardiologists, Clinicians, Hepatologists, Immunologists, Nephrologists, Pathologists, Physicians, Pulmonologists, Surgeons, Transplant Surgeons
Transplantation Reviews contains state-of-the-art review articles on both clinical and experimental transplantation. The journal features invited articles by authorities in immunology, transplantation medicine and surgery. The purpose of Transplantation Reviews is to deliver in a timely fashion up-to-date comprehensive reviews of critical scientific practice in transplantation and to provide discussion papers on controversial issues particularly related to ethics in transplantation. Articles on these important aspects of tissue and organ transplantation will be of interest to all clinicians involved in transplantation, including surgeons, nephrologists, hepatologists, cardiologists, and pulmonologists, and also to a wider spectrum of scientists involved in various aspects of transplantation.
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Publisher Name
Elsevier Science Saunders - Philadelphia, PA
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