Archives of Clinical and Experimental Pathology

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ISSN Online :  2834-8508
Journal DOI :  10.31579/2834-8508/ACEP
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Current Issue :  Volume 2 - Issue 1 - 2023
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Archives of Clinical and Experimental Pathology (ACEP) deals strives to Cellular Pathology, Automated Tissue Image Analysis, Clinical Pathology, Experimental P,
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Pathology the term itself reveals the scope & subject of the topic which deals with the study of diseases in general, their diagnosis, treatments, remedies a ...
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Pubmed Indexed Articles

Maternal 3,3’-Diiodothyronine Sulfate Formation from Guinea Pig Placenta Perfused with 3,3’,5-Triodothyronine

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Rivalry between human ideation and virus mutation: two competing means of sustainability

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Virus Cooperation, ZIKV Viremia and in Utero Fetus Infection

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Tactile Contact as a Marketing Tool for Improving an HIV/STD Education Program’s Compliance / Retention with Crack Cocaine Users

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Recent Articles

Research article 23 Jan 2023

Effects of Local Tobacco Snuff Ingestion During Pr

Udeh F.C, Ikwuka A.O, Epete M.A, Igwe E.C. (2023). Effects of Local Tobacco Snuff Ingestion During Pregnancy on Renal Functions and Histology Architecture of Female Wistar Rats and on The Birth Weight of Their Pups. Archives of Clinical and Experimen

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Research Article 13 Oct 2022

Malnutrition in Surgery

Siniša Franjić, (2022) Malnutrition in Surgery. Archives of Clinical and Experimental Pathology, 1(1); Doi: 10.31579/2834-8508/005

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