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Journal of Cutaneous Pathology

Description
official publication of the American Society of Dermatopathology

 

Status
active
Indexing
Abstracts in Anthropology (Baywood Publishing); Abstracts on Hygiene & Communicable Diseases (CABI); Academic Search (EBSCO Publishing); Academic Search Premier (EBSCO Publishing); Biological Abstracts (Thomson Reuters); BIOSIS; Previews (Thomson Reuters); CAB Abstracts® (CABI);
CAB HEALTH (CABI); CABDirect (CABI); CSA Biological Sciences Database (ProQuest); Current Contents: Clinical Medicine (Thomson Reuters);
Dairy Science Abstracts (CABI); Embase (Elsevier);
EORTC Database (European Organisation for Research & Treatment of Cancer); Global Health (CABI); Helminthological Abstracts (CABI); IBIDS: International Bibliographic Information on Dietary Supplements (NIH); Immunology Abstracts (ProQuest); InfoTrac; Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition (Thomson Reuters); MEDLINE (NLM); Nutrition Abstracts & Reviews Series A: Human & Experimental (CABI); Postharvest News & Information (CABI);
Protozoological Abstracts (CABI); Research Alert (Thomson Reuters); Review of Aromatic & Medicinal Plants (CABI); Review of Medical & Veterinary Entomology (CABI); Review of Medical & Veterinary Mycology (CABI); Science Citation Index (Thomson Reuters); Science Citation Index Expanded (Thomson Reuters); Tropical Diseases Bulletin (CABI);
Subject

Source type
Journal
Publisher
ISBN ISSN
0303-6987
E ISSN
1600-0560
First volume
1
Last volume
40+
Homepage
Description
Journal of Cutaneous Pathology publishes manuscripts relevant to diseases of the skin in a broad sense, with the aims of advancing scientific knowledge regarding dermatopathology and enhancing the communication between clinical practitioners and research scientists. Original scientific manuscripts on diagnostic and experimental cutaneous pathology are invited. Clinicopathologic studies will be given high priority. Manuscripts based on light and electron microscopy, histochemistry, microbiology, biochemistry, immunology, pharmacology, tissue culture, embryology, molecular biology, and genetics are welcome, provided they advance the science of cutaneous pathology. Publication time will be kept as short as possible, ensuring that articles will be quickly available to all interested in this speciality.


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