North American Journal of Medical Sciences
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The North American Journal of Medical Sciences (NAJMS) features fast, free access and peer-reviewed works in all areas of medical sciences, is run by leading academics and practicing physicians, and publishes significant new research in their respective fields, along with commentary and review.
The types of articles accepted include original articles, review articles, case reports, conference abstracts, and letters to the Editor. The NAJMS requires authors to submit electronically prepared manuscript in MS Word via online submission site of NAJMS at ScopeMed.
ISSN 1947 – 2714
Practices of Lebanese gynecologists regarding treatment of recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis
Adib SM, Bared EEL, Fanous R, Kyriacos S. North Am J Med Sci 2011; 3: 406-410.
Ambient maximum temperature as a function of Salmonella food poisoning cases in the Republic of Macedonia
Kendrovski V, Karadzovski Z, Spasenovska M. North Am J Med Sci 2011; 3: 264-267.
E-Cadherin as a diagnostic biomarker in breast cancer
Singhai R, Patil VW, Jaiswal SR, Patil SD, Tayade MB, Patil AV. North Am J Med Sci 2011; 3: 227-233.
Involvement of proteasome β1i subunit, LMP2, on development of uterin leiomyosarcma
Hayashi T, Horiuchi A, Sano K, Hiraoka N, Kasai M. Ichimura T, Nagase S, Ishiko O, Shiozawa T, Kanai Y, Yaegashi N, Aburatani H, Tonegawa S, Konishi I. North Am J Med Sci 2011; 3: 394-399.
Cytotoxic T lymphocytes mediate chronic inflammation of the nasal mucosa of patients with atypical allergic rhinitis
Qiu S, Du Y, Duan X, Geng X, Xie J, Gao H, Yang P-C. North Am J Med Sci 2011; 3: 378-383.
Immune enhancing effects of WB365, a novel combination of Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) and Maitake (Grifola frondosa) extracts
Vetvicka V, Vetvickova J. North Am J Med Sci 2011; 3: 320-324.
Whole blood viscosity issue VIII: Comparison of extrapolation method with diagnostic digital viscometer
Nwose EU, Richards RS. North Am J Med Sci 2011; 3: 333-335.