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Bone Research

Title Abbreviation
Bone Res
Electronic ISSN
Bone Specialists, Orthopedists, Osteopathic Physicians
Bone Research is an open access, fully peer-reviewed journal publishing the foremost progress and novel understanding of all aspects of bone science. The journal highlights the breakthrough discoveries in basic and clinical aspects of bone biology, pathophysiology and regeneration, as well as other significant findings related to bone. Covering all aspects of bone science including its subspecialties, Bone Research publishes original, high-quality, peer-reviewed papers including research articles, reviews, correspondence and comments. Submissions are favored regarding studies on the occurrence and development of bone and cartilage, bone metabolism, bone related diseases, bone regeneration and related biological materials. Original research articles will be published under, but not limited to, the following headings: Morphogenesis of bone and cartilage; Musculoskeletal diseases; Metabolic bone diseases; Bone regeneration and bone tissue engineering; Bone related biomaterials; Clinical studies.
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No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Nature Publishing Group - US
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