The Journal of Clinical Investigation


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Apr 1, 1956·Circulation·J LITTERJ E WOOD
Dec 1, 1956·A.M.A. Archives of Internal Medicine·G E BURCH
Aug 1, 1961·American Heart Journal·H E HOLLINGE RUSS
Sep 27, 1962·The New England Journal of Medicine·C A CHIDSEYE BRAUNWALD
Dec 16, 1961·British Medical Journal·E P SHARPEY-SCHAFER
Nov 1, 1962·The Journal of Clinical Investigation·J E WOOD
Jun 1, 1960·The Journal of Clinical Investigation·J ROSSE BRAUNWALD
Sep 13, 1952·British Medical Journal·J McMICHAEL

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Sep 1, 1976·Basic Research in Cardiology·W NechwatalT Eversmann
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