The Journal of Clinical Investigation


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Nov 1, 1953·Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine·K J BONIFACER P WALTON
Mar 1, 1958·The Journal of Clinical Investigation·K KAKO, R J BING
Jan 1, 1959·Bibliotheca Cardiologica·R J BING
Jun 1, 1960·The Journal of Clinical Investigation·J ROSSE BRAUNWALD
Jul 1, 1959·British Heart Journal·A SELZERA O STONE
Oct 1, 1926·The Journal of Clinical Investigation·T R Harrison, B W Leonard

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Nov 1, 1995·Clinical Cardiology·J B Shipley, M L Hess
Jan 1, 1989·Cardiovascular Drugs and Therapy·P A Poole-Wilson, K Robinson
May 11, 1964·Naunyn-Schmiedebergs Archiv für experimentelle Pathologie und Pharmakologie·J M STUMP, W W FLEMING
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May 1, 1990·Journal of the American College of Cardiology·A C PowellW J Louis
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Jan 25, 1962·The New England Journal of Medicine·D G FRIEND
Nov 14, 1963·The New England Journal of Medicine·L I GOLDBERGA M ZIMMERMAN
Aug 27, 1964·The New England Journal of Medicine·J G PITTMAN, P COHEN
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