Comparative Clinical Pathology
Comparative Clinical Pathology (previously Comparative Haematology International) provides a source for the publication of reviews, research reports, technical notes and case histories covering all aspects of haematology and clinical chemistry in any species.
The journal addresses itself to all scientists with an interest in the field of comparative clinical pathology: research institutes, toxicology and pathology laboratories, medical and veterinary colleges and practises, zoological institutes, universities and teaching hospitals. Comparative Clinical Pathology publishes papers encompassing the total spectrum of comparative clinical pathology including: classical haematology and clinical chemistry, cellular and organ physiology and function, toxicology, immunology, cell kinetics, haemostasis, haematopoietic and other malignancies, immunodeficiency states, molecular biology, immunophenotyping, bone marrow transplantation, enzymology, endocrinology, cytokines, haematopoietic growth factors, evolutionary medicine, cellular lineage, rheology, functional identification and biomarkers. Articles can incorporate: normal values, abnormal reactions, human, veterinary and zoological data, diagnostic and toxicological changes, experimental studies (both in vivo and in vitro) and new technology and its impact on diagnosis and disease control.
Dramatic shortening of the diagnosis of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis by the detection of rifampicin resistance using a genotypic method: GeneXpert MTB/RIF assay
A study of hematologic and biochemical profile in female dromedary camels during the breeding and non-breeding seasons
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