Frontiers in Bioscience, A Journal and Virtual library

Siamak Tabibzadeh, MD tabibzadeh at MOFFITT.USF.EDU
Fri Apr 10 16:25:25 EST 1998


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Frontiers in Bioscience

A Journal and Virtual library

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:




HIV-1 Nef and host cell protein kinases=20

Kalle Saksela=20

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


Human immunodeficiency virus type I as a target for gene=20

therapy=20

Magn=FAs Gottfredsson and Paul R. Bohjanen=20

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


Fibronectin-integrin interactions

S. Johansson, G. Svineng, K. Wennerberg, A. Armulik and L.=20

Lohikangas

[Vol 2 pp d126-146, March 1, 1997] PubMed No: 9159220




URLs:

USA: http://www.bioscience.org

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

France: http://vega.crbm.cnrs-mop.fr/bioscience=20


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>
<P align=3Dcenter>A Journal and Virtual library</P></FONT><B><FONT =
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<P align=3Dcenter>THE BEST BIOSCIENCE HAS TO OFFER</P></FONT><FONT =
size=3D1>
<P align=3Dcenter>Cited by MEDLINE, Index Medicus, BIOSIS and Chemical=20
Abstracts</P></B></FONT><FONT size=3D2></FONT><FONT size=3D1>
<P>Frontiers in Bioscience (FBS) is a virtual journal and library =
bringing the=20
most up-to-date data in life sciences and medicine to the desktop of =
every=20
scientist. FBS offers distinct advantages over traditional print =
journals=20
including a rapid review process, free world-wide access, electronic =
reprint,=20
use of multimedia, and links to diverse databases including MEDLINE. FBS =
is read=20
by over 75,000 readers internationally and is accessed over 200,000 =
times every=20
month in the US alone. With its mirror sites, over 700 editors and =
nearly 100=20
managing editors, FBS is truly an international entity and a valuable =
platform=20
for scientific communication. The virtual library provides numerous =
databases,=20
valuable information as well as forms and links to thousands of Web =
sites of=20
interest to researchers and physicians. Visit this scientific treasure =
on the=20
Web.</P>
<P align=3Djustify>Team up with distinguished scientists who contribute =
to=20
FBS:</P>
<P align=3Djustify>&nbsp;</P>
<P align=3Djustify></P></FONT><FONT size=3D1><B>
<P align=3Djustify>HIV-1 Nef and host cell protein kinases </P></B><I>
<P align=3Djustify>Kalle Saksela </P></I>
<P align=3Djustify>[Vol 2, pp d606-618. December 15, 1997] PubMed No: =
9388166</P>
<P align=3Djustify></P><B>
<P align=3Djustify>Human immunodeficiency virus type I as a target for =
gene </P>
<P align=3Djustify>therapy </P></B><I>
<P align=3Djustify>Magn&uacute;s Gottfredsson and Paul R. Bohjanen =
</P></I>
<P align=3Djustify>[Vol 2, pp d619-634, December 15, 1997] PubMed No: =
9388165</P>
<P align=3Djustify></P><B>
<P align=3Djustify>Fibronectin-integrin interactions</P></B><I>
<P align=3Djustify>S. Johansson, G. Svineng, K. Wennerberg, A. Armulik =
and L. </P>
<P align=3Djustify>Lohikangas</P></I>
<P align=3Djustify>[Vol 2 pp d126-146, March 1, 1997] PubMed No: =
9159220</P>
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<P>&nbsp;</P>
<P>URLs:</P></B>
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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>
<P align=3Dcenter></P></DIR></DIR>
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dedicated=20
to fostering science, education and=20
research</P></I></DIV></FONT></DIV></DIV></BODY></HTML>

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