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Japanese Journal of Clinical Hematology [Rinsho Ketsueki]

Title Abbreviation
Rinsho Ketsueki
Electronic ISSN
Clinicians, Cytologists, Hematologists, Immunologists, Oncologists
Journal is sometimes referred to as, 'Clinical Blood'. "Clinical blood" (hereinafter abbreviated as this magazine) is a general incorporated association in Japan. As an institutional journal of the Hematology Society (hereinafter abbreviated as the Society), in hematology it presents basic and clinical research related to this. Of this magazine The content of the dissertation is based on new findings, and many, including members of the Society. Limited to those recognized as contributing to the readers of to those that have already been published in other magazines, are being posted or are scheduled to be published. Certain papers will not be accepted. 2. Posting qualifications and conditions Qualifications: First author and corresponding author are books; Being a member. However, the initial research in the new internship system; Non-members of doctors, non-MD graduate students, undergraduate students, and international students.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Japanese Society of Hematology (JSH)
Publisher Name
Japanese Society of Hematology
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