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    OPHTHALMIC GENETICS《眼科遗传学》 (官网投稿)

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    • 期刊简称OPHTHALMIC GENET
    • 参考译名《眼科遗传学》
    • 核心类别 SCI期刊(2019), SCIE期刊(2019), 外文期刊,
    • IF影响因子
    • 自引率6.20%
    • 主要研究方向医学-GENETICS & HEREDITY 遗传学;OPHTHALMOLOGY 眼科学

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    医学-GENETICS & HEREDITY 遗传学;OPHTHALMOLOGY 眼科学

    OPHTHALMIC GENETICS《眼科遗传学》(双月刊). Ophthalmic Genetics accepts original papers, review articles and short communications on the clinical and m...[显示全部]
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    5、期刊刊期:双月刊,一年出版6期。

    202161日星期二

                                 

     

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    Journal article

    12. Taylor J, Ogilvie BC. A conceptual model of adaptation to retirement among athletes: a meta-analysis. J Appl Sport Psychol. 1994;6(1):1–20. doi:10.1080/10413209408406462. Cited in PubMed; PMID:25888877.

    Book

    2. Duke JA. Handbook of phytochemical constituents of GRAS herbs and other economic plants. Boca Raton (FL): CRC Press; 2001. 676 p.

    Book with titled volume and edition

    18. Bowlby J. Attachment and loss. Vol. 3, Loss: sadness and depression . 3rd ed. New York (NY): Basic Books; 1982.

    Edited book chapter

    34. Gordon S, Lavallee D. Career transitions in competitive sport. In: Morris T, Summers J, editors. Sport psychology: theory, applications and issues. 2nd ed. Brisbane (Australia): Wiley; 2004. p. 584–610.

    Edited book chapter with volume and edition

    26. Remael A. Audiovisual translation. In: Gambier Y, van Dooslaer L, editors. Handbook of translation studies. Vol. 1. 2nd ed. Amsterdam (Netherlands): John Benjamins; 2012. p. 12–7.

    Online/Website

    8. United States Census Bureau: Census.gov [Internet]. Washington (DC): United States D; c. 2014. American housing survey: 2013 detailed tables; 2014 Oct 16 [cited 2014 Oct 21]; [1 screen and data files]. Available from: http://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2014/cb14-tps78.html.

    Dissertation/Thesis

    26. Allison N. Bacterial degradation of halogenated aliphatic acids [dissertation]. [Nottingham (UK)]: Trent Polytechnic; 1981. 120 p.

    Conference presentation

    4. Alfermann D, Gross A. Coping with career termination: it all depends on freedom of choice. Paper presented at: 9th Annual World Congress on Sport Psychology; 1997 Jan 23; Netanya, Israel.

    Paper/Report

    55. Grigg W, Moran R, Kuang M. National Indian education study. Washington (DC): National Center for Education Statistics; 2010 Jun 23. Report No.: NCES 2010-462.

    Newspaper

    22. Protzman, F. Clamor in the East: East Berliners explore land long forbidden. New York Times (Late ed.). 1989 Nov 10;Sect. A:1 (col. 2).

    Patent

    67. Pfeifer A, Muhs A, Pihlgren M, Adolfsson O, Van Leuven F, inventors;  AC Immune S.A, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, assignees. Humanized tau antibody. United States patent US 9,657,091. 2017 May 23.

    Computer software with developer

    10. Noguera J, Cumby C. SigmaXL. Version 8.0. [software]. Kitchener (Canada): SigmaXL, Inc; 2017 Feb 27.

    Computer software without developer

    76. SPSS Amos. Version 22.0 [software]. Armonk (NY): IBM; 2013 Aug 13.

    Dataset

    3. Wang G-Y, Zhu Z-M, Cui S, Wang J-H. Data from: glucocorticoid induces incoordination between glutamatergic and GABAergic neurons in the amygdala [dataset] . 2017 Aug 11 [cited 2017 Dec 22]. In: Dryad Digital Repository [Internet]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.k9q7h.

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