Under new editorial leadership, Experimental and Molecular Pathology presents original articles on disease processes in relation to structural and biochemical alterations in mammalian tissues and fluids and on the application of newer techniques of molecular biology to problems of pathology in humans and other animals. The journal also publishes selected interpretive synthesis reviews by bench level investigators working at the "cutting edge" of contemporary research in pathology. In addition, special thematic issues present original research reports that unravel some of Nature's most jealously guarded secrets on the pathologic basis of disease.
Holdings: Vol. 62, no. 1 (Feb. 1995)-present
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