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Novel Techniques in Arthritis & Bone Research (NTAB)

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Juniper Publishers

Novel Techniques in Arthritis & Bone Research (NTAB)

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Novel Techniques in Arthritis & Bone Research is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that places a momentous role by publishing novel and high-quality original research articles, review articles, short communication, rapid communication, letter to the editor, case-report and other material on all topics relating to all aspects of arthritis and bone research. The goal of this journal is to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of arthritis and bone research.

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Latest Articles

Short Communication
Structural Evaluation of Human Cartilage after Femoral Neck Fracture with Differential Scanning Calorimeter
Patczai B, Sebestyen A, Wiegand N and LĹ‘rinczy D
Short Communication
Identification of Femoral Reference Lines and Angles in Saggital Plane
Solomin LN* and Skomoroshko PV
Case Report
Novel Ankle Brace for Rapid and Ambulatory Recovery from a Distal Fibular Evulsion Fracture in a 68 YO Man
John D Mountz*
Mini Review
Primary Cilium, a Potential Target of Microgravity Induced Bone Loss
Wengui Shi and Jufang Wang
Research Article
Pressure Plate Fixation according to Brunner & Weber for the Treatment of Recalcitrant Non-Union of the Femur. A Theoretical -Biomechanical Analysis
Reynders Frederix Pieter, Reynders Frederix Cristina and Illes Tamas
Review Article
Review of Ameliorative Potentials of Plant-Derived Phytochemicals against Arthritics
Manoj GS, Bosco Lawarence, Sreelekshmi SG and Murugan K
Short Communication
Cartilage Tissue Engineering-A Novel Biomaterial for Cartilage Repair Generated by Self- Assembly: Creation of a Self-Organized Articular Cartilage-like Tissue
Kazuo Yudoh , Noritaka Kumai , Naoko Yui and Rie Karasawa
Mini Review
Technical Advances in Transcriptional Profiling are Accelerating the Classification of Rheumatoid Arthritis
Michael F McDermott

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