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Clinical & Medical Biochemistry covers all the fields of Clinical & Medical Biochemistry related to Clinical biochemistry, Immunology, Genetics, Biotechnology, Hematology, Microbiology, Computing and management, Clinical Chemistry, Medical biochemistry, biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Immunochemistry dealing with pathological conditions of human beings. Clinical & Medical Biochemistry is an open access journal and the main aim of this journal is to provide a platform for scientists, researchers in Clinical & Medical Biochemistry and fields all over the world to present their new ideas, discuss new strategies, and promote developments in all areas of Clinical & Medical Biochemistry.
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