Volume 3- Issue 2

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Volume 3- Issue 2

  • Open AccessResearch Article

    Estimating the 5-Year Breast Cancer Prognosis in a Cohort Residentially Exposed to Hazards at Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico

    Author(s): DE Villa-Guillen* and JA Villa-Carrillo

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  • Open AccessReview Article

    Biomechanical Evaluation of Short Implants for Prostheses: Review Article

    Author(s): Delal Bozyel* and Simge Taşar

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  • Open AccessReview Article

    Dancing with Glia: The Role of Astrocytes, Microglia and Oligodendrocytes and their Relation with Neurons in Neuroinflammation and Aging

    Author(s): Macarena LH, Franco JC Dolcetti, Eugenia FL, Leandro GC, María JB*, et al.

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  • Open AccessEditorial

    Where are we Standing with Childhood Cancer in Middle- and Low-Income Countries?

    Author(s): Roberto Rivera-Luna*, Alberto Olaya-Vargas and Armando Martínez-Avalos

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  • Open AccessShort Communication

    A Comprehensive Literature Reviews on National Fitness Policy and Individual Factors for Physical Exercise in China

    Author(s): Zhou Yibei, Jiang Wenjing and Chan Kin Sun*

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  • Open AccessResearch Article

    Screening of the Potential Phytochemicals from the Capparis Decidua Fruit Extract using GC-MS

    Author(s): Devki, Garima Sharma and Rashmi Sisodia*

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  • Open AccessResearch Article

    Expression, Regulation and Functions of MicroRNAs in Autoimmune Hepatitis

    Author(s): Xiaoyan Chi*, Qingrong Huang, Yanmin Li, Xiaoguang Yang, Jiang Feng and Juhua Zhou*

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  • Open AccessResearch Article

    Segmentation Analysis of Impact on Glucoses via Diet, Exercise and Weather Temperature During COVID-19 Quarantine Period

    Author(s): Gerald C Hsu*

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  • Open AccessResearch Article

    Resilient Keys to Burnout Prevention in High School Teachers

    Author(s): M Inmaculada Vicente de Vera García*

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  • Open AccessResearch Article

    Relationship Between GDF5 +104T/C Polymorphism and the Susceptibility of Lumbar Disc Degeneration: A Meta-Analysis

    Author(s): Xiangyu Deng, Hang Liang and Zengwu Shao*

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