Frontiers in Bioscience, A Journal and Virtual Library

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             Frontiers in Bioscience

            THE BEST BIOSCIENCE HAS TO OFFER

            Cited by MEDLINE, Index Medicus,

            BIOSIS and Chemical Abstracts

            Frontiers in Bioscience (FBS) is a virtual journal and library
bringing the most up-to-date data in life sciences and medicine to the
desktop of every scientist. FBS offers distinct advantages over traditional
print journals including a rapid review process, free world-wide access,
electronic reprint, use of multimedia, and links to diverse databases
including MEDLINE. FBS is read by over 75,000 readers internationally and
is accessed over 200,000 times every month in the US alone. With its mirror
sites, over 700 editors and nearly 100 managing editors, FBS is truly an
international entity and a valuable platform for scientific communication.
The virtual library provides numerous databases, valuable information as
well as forms and links to thousands of Web sites of interest to
researchers and physicians. Visit this scientific treasure on the Web.

            Team up with distinguished scientists who contribute to FBS:



                a.. HIV-1 Nef and host cell protein kinases

                        Kalle Saksela

                        [Vol 2, pp d606-618. December 15, 1997] PubMed No:
9388166



                a.. Human immunodeficiency virus type I as a target for
gene therapy
                        Magn=FAs Gottfredsson and Paul R. Bohjanen

                        [Vol 2, pp d619-634, December 15, 1997] PubMed No:
9388165



                a.. Fibronectin-integrin interactions

                        S. Johansson, G. Svineng, K. Wennerberg, A. Armulik
and L. Lohikangas

                        [Vol 2 pp d126-146, March 1, 1997] PubMed No: 915922=
0

            URLs:


            USA: http://www.bioscience.org

            Israel: http://bioinfo.weizmann.ac.il/bioscience

            France: http://vega.crbm.cnrs-mop.fr/bioscience


            Frontiers in Bioscience is a non-profit organization dedicated
to fostering science, education and research










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            <P align=3Dcenter>Frontiers in Bioscience</P></FONT><B><FONT siz=
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            <P align=3Dcenter>THE BEST BIOSCIENCE HAS TO OFFER</P></FONT><FO=
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            <P align=3Dcenter>Cited by MEDLINE, Index Medicus, </P>
            <P align=3Dcenter>BIOSIS and Chemical
Abstracts</B></FONT></P></TD></TR>
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        <TD colSpan=3D2 height=3D146 vAlign=3Dtop><FONT size=3D1>
            <P align=3Djustify>Frontiers in Bioscience (FBS) is a virtual jo=
urnal
            and library bringing the most up-to-date data in life sciences a=
nd
            medicine to the desktop of every scientist. FBS offers distinct
            advantages over traditional print journals including a rapid rev=
iew
            process, free world-wide access, electronic reprint, use of
            multimedia, and links to diverse databases including MEDLINE.
=46BS is
            read by over 75,000 readers internationally and is accessed over
            200,000 times every month in the US alone. With its mirror sites=
,
            over 700 editors and nearly 100 managing editors, FBS is truly a=
n
            international entity and a valuable platform for scientific
            communication. The virtual library provides numerous databases,
            valuable information as well as forms and links to thousands of =
Web
            sites of interest to researchers and physicians. Visit this
            scientific treasure on the Web. </FONT></P></TD></TR>
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        <TD colSpan=3D2 height=3D227 vAlign=3Dtop><FONT size=3D1>
            <P align=3Djustify>Team up with distinguished scientists who
            contribute to FBS:</P></FONT><FONT size=3D1>
            <P align=3Djustify></P>
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                <P align=3Djustify>
                <LI>HIV-1 Nef and host cell protein kinases
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            <P

align=3Djustify>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;=
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            Kalle Saksela </P></I>
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            [Vol 2, pp d606-618. December 15, 1997] PubMed No: 9388166</P>
            <P align=3Djustify></P>
            <UL><B>
                <P align=3Djustify>
                <LI>Human immunodeficiency virus type I as a target for gene
                therapy </B></LI></UL><I>
            <P

align=3Djustify>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;=
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            Magn&uacute;s Gottfredsson and Paul R. Bohjanen </P></I>
            <P

align=3Djustify>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;=
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            [Vol 2, pp d619-634, December 15, 1997] PubMed No: 9388165</P>
            <P align=3Djustify></P>
            <UL><B>
                <P align=3Djustify>
                <LI>Fibronectin-integrin interactions
                <P></P></LI></UL></B><I>
            <P

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            S. Johansson, G. Svineng, K. Wennerberg, A. Armulik and L.
            Lohikangas</P></I>
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            [Vol 2 pp d126-146, March 1, 1997] PubMed No: 9159220</P>
            <P align=3Djustify>URLs:</P>
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            <P>USA:</B> <I>http://www.bioscience.org</P></I><B>
            <P>Israel:
</B><I>http://bioinfo.weizmann.ac.il/bioscience</P></I><B>
            <P>France:</B> http://<I>vega.crbm.cnrs-mop.fr/bioscience </P>
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            <P align=3Dcenter>Frontiers in Bioscience is a non-profit
organization
            dedicated to fostering science, education and
            research</I></FONT></P></TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE><B><FONT size=
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