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Annals of Anatomy (Anatomischer Anzeiger)


Title Abbreviation
Ann Anat
ISSN
0940-9602
Electronic ISSN
1618-0402
Readership
Biologists, Cell Biologists, Clinicians, Cytologists, Immunologists, Molecular Biologists, Neurologists, Pathologists, Physiologists, Radiologists, Surgeons
Scope
Annals of Anatomy publish peer reviewed original articles as well as brief review articles. The journal is open to original papers covering a link between anatomy and areas such as: •molecular biology •cell biology •reproductive biology •immunobiology •developmental biology, neurobiology •embryology •neuroanatomy •neuroimmunology •clinical anatomy •comparative anatomy •modern imaging techniques •evolution •aging. Moreover, manuscripts dealing with all forms of anatomical teaching and new forms of curricula will be considered for publication. Priority will be given to experimental studies; merely descriptive studies will only be published if the Editors consider that they are of functional significance.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Anatomische Gesellschaft (Anatomical Society)
Publisher Name
Elsevier GmbH
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