Current Pathobiology Reports presents expert review articles on important recent research pertaining to the biological mechanisms underlying disease, including etiology, pathogenesis, and the clinical manifestations of cellular alteration. Offering clear, insightful, balanced contributions, the journal serves those for whom the elucidation of new techniques and technologies related to pathobiology is essential.

Coverage extends to such topics as autophagy, cancer stem cells, induced pluripotential stem cells (iPS cells), inflammation and cancer, matrix pathobiology, miRNA in pathobiology, mitochondrial dysfunction/diseases, and myofibroblast.

  • Covers research pertaining to the etiology, pathogenesis, and clinical manifestations of cellular alteration
  • Includes topics such as autophagy, cancer stem cells, and more
  • Serves those for whom the elucidation of new techniques and technologies related to pathobiology is essential
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  • Carolyn Compton
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