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Anatomical Science International

Anatomical Science International

Editor-in-Chief: Hiroshi Yorifuji

ISSN: 1447-6959 (print version)
ISSN: 1447-073X (electronic version)

Journal no. 12565

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Japanese Association of Anatomists 

The Japanese Association of Anatomists is an association of researchers, scholars, and professionals dedicated to the promotion and development of anatomical science.
The society was founded in 1928, making it one of the oldest academic societies in medicine in Japan.
The society is active through meetings, publications, and committees for education, science, and policy making. Its aim is to promote research in the anatomical sciences by encouraging communication among members and by contributing to the national and international scientific communities.

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    Anatomical Science International (formerly titled Kaibogaku Zasshi) is the official English journal of the Japanese Association of Anatomists and publishes original research articles dealing with morphological sciences in animals, with a primary focus on humans and other mammals (although exceptions may be considered by the editor for other animals).

    In addition to Original Research Articles on  molecular, cellular, histological and gross anatomical studies on humans and on normal and experimental animals, as well as functional morphological, biochemical, physiological and behavioral studies if they include morphological analysis,  the journal welcomes:

    • Case Reports on gross anatomy, highlighting anatomically important data that analyze the process of morphogenesis. Reports merely describing variations will not be accepted
    • Methods papers, describing new and useful techniques and their application in the above fields
    • Review papers, which are usually invited by the Editors
    • Miscellaneous items such as letters to the editor, essays, book reviews and commentaries

     

     

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