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Affiliated Journals

NAVBO is Affiliated with several journals in order to bring members additional benefits

 

CoverAngiogenesis2016Angiogenesis* is available to NAVBO members for the discounted rate of $70!

Simply use the online renewal form here to add a subscription.

Angiogenesis is an international peer-reviewed journal devoted to the publication of top quality original articles and reviews on the cellular and molecular mechanisms that regulate angiogenesis in physiological and athological conditions. As a central source for rapid communications representing the full spectrum of angiogenesis research, this multidisciplinary journal publishes innovative experimental studies using molecular,
in vitro, animal model systems and clinical investigations of angiogenic diseases. Angiogenesis also reports on novel therapeutic approaches for promoting or inhibiting angiogenesis as well as
new markers and techniques for disease diagnosis and prognosis.

 

Find out more about Angiogenesis - visit the web site: http://link.springer.com/journal/10456

*online version only 

 


NAVBO members can order a subscription to Cardiovascular Pathology for $122* a year

A Journal of Basic, Clinical and Applied Cardiovascular Science

Cardiovascular Pathology is a bimonthly journal that presents articles on topics covering the entire spectrum of cardiovascular disease. The Journal's primary objective is to publish papers on disease-oriented morphology and pathogenesis from clinicians and scientists in the cardiovascular field. Subjects covered include cardiovascular biology,prosthetic devices, molecular biology and experimental models of cardiovascular disease.

Cardiovascular Pathology also publishes timely and informative reviews on scientific areas in cardiovascular pathology as well as case reports that represent significant or unique observations.

Find out more about Cardiovascular Pathology - visit their web site: http://www.journals.elsevier.com/cardiovascular-pathology/

*cost is higher for those outside the US