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Experimental Biology and Medicine announces expansion into Asia, opens new office
Date:1/4/2008

ian office that will support Dr. Huan-Yao's efforts and editorial activities of the Journal in Asia on January 7, 2007. Together these initiatives will strengthen the scientific thrust and robustness of the journal thereby enhancing its impact and the strength of the Society throughout the world. We look forward to presenting and widely distributing the outstanding science being undertaken by our colleagues in Asia."


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