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Publisher: Science Impact Ltd

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Volume 2018, Number 12, December 2018

Editors Note

Open Access Editors Note
pp. 1-1(1)
Author: Sharp, Lucy

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Open Access Inclusivity drives academic cooperation
pp. 4-5(2)
Author: Loprieno, Antonio

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Open Access Developing a 3D quantitative method of dopamine transporter SPECT
pp. 12-14(3)
Authors: Toyama, Hiroshi; Ichihara, Takashi; Inui, Yoshitaka; Ishiguro, Masanobu

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Open Access The HAPPI Kids (Harmonising Age Pathology Parameters in Kids) study
pp. 20-22(3)
Authors: Monagle, Paul; Ignjatovic, Vera

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Open Access Developing Medical Packaging to Improve Patient Use and Treatment Effectiveness
pp. 38-40(3)
Authors: Sadamoto, Kiyomi; Kubota, Kiyoshi

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Open Access Early-career researchers and mental health
pp. 44-45(2)
Authors: O'Neill, Gareth; Schroijen, Mathias

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Open Access A novel new method for identification of bacteria outpaces sepsis
pp. 52-54(3)
Authors: Niimi, Hideki; Kitajima, Isao

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Open Access Understanding NRK: a step towards new therapies
pp. 76-78(3)
Author: Denda, Kimitoshi

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Open Access Studying how the Self-healing Method can offer new hope for stressed and fatigued caregivers
pp. 87-89(3)
Authors: Hongo, Asami; Hashimoto, Rumi; Shibata, Katrina; Miao, Tiejun; Suzuki, Megumi

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Open Access Mouse phenome as biological resource
pp. 93-95(3)
Authors: Tanaka, Nobuhiko; Masuya, Hiroshi

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Open Access Science and society
pp. 96-97(2)
Author: Watanabe, Miyoko O.

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