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Biomedical Journal

Biomedical Journal is a peer-reviewed online journal publishes bimonthly. The journal is covered in MEDLINE/Index Medicus and EMBASE/Excerpta Medica. .
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January-February 2015 | Vol 38 | Issue 1
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HIghlights
Tudors, tolerance, and pregnancy loss
Recurrent pregnancy loss is an unfortunate fact of life for many women. This special issue of the Biomedical Journal includes four review articles from renowned experts discussing the factors importan...
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News and Perspectives
Immune checkpoint blockade therapy: The 2014 Tang prize in biopharmaceutical science
The first Tang Prize for Biopharmaceutical Science has been awarded to Prof. James P. Allison and Prof. Tasuku Honjo for their contributions leading to an entirely new way to treat cancer by blocking ...
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Editorial Note
Immunology and pregnancy
Since the publication of the seminal article by P. Medawar entitled "Some immunological and endocrinological problems raised by the evolution of viviparity in vertebrates", [1] many biologists and cli...
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Review Articles-Special Edition
Genetic regulation of recurrent spontaneous abortion in humans
Recurrent pregnancy loss, defined as a pregnancy failure occurring before 24 weeks of gestation more than two or three times according to most definitions, is a fertility defect encountered in 1-5% of...
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