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Biomedical Letters (BML) is an international, multidisciplinary, peer reviewed English journal that publishes original review articles, research papers, short communication, case reports that encompasses all fundamental and molecular aspects of basic medical sciences, emphasizing on providing the molecular studies of biomedical problems and molecular mechanisms.

The journal provides an open online platform to share around the globe latest anatomic pathology, biochemistry, genetics, immunology, microbiology and virology, molecular, cellular and cancer biology, neurosciences, pharmacology, physiology and improved disease diagnostics procedures. To reflect the rapid progress underway in both biomedical sciences and publication technology, Biomedical Letters will further enhance the environment for future academic communication by attracting more high quality articles and expanding its distribution to a multidisciplinary readership.








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Case report
Surveillance of Hepatocellular Carcinoma Post Intervention with Primovist Enhanced MRI: Comparison with MDCT: A Case Presentation

Manish Kumar Shah, Deng Gang


Review article
Pichia pastoris expression system: a potential candidate to express protein in industrial and biopharmaceutical domains

Imran Safder, Sajad Khan, Iram-us Islam, Muhammad Kazim Ali, Zainab Bibi, Muhammad Waqas

Review article
Research Advances in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstructions with Remnant Preservation: A Review Article 

Shashi Ranjan Tiwari, Biao Cheng

Research article
Effect of Iron over Load on Circulating Liver Enzymes and Blood Glucose in Beta Thalassemia Major Patients

Bashir Ahmad, Nadeem Abbas, Anas Khalil, Farah Deeba Khan

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