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Here are ten reasons to visit Elsevier booth 2541 during the 2014 AAPS Annual Meeting and Exposition.
A chapter from A Pharmacology Primer by Dr. Terry Kenakin investigates the drug discovery process.
Check out these top reasons why you should stop by booth 30 at EUROTOX 2014 to visit with Elsevier.
MethodsX is a new, open access journal that published customized scientific methods.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the US. Find out how an immunoassay helped develop Gardasil® (HPV vaccine).
The top five reasons to stop by Elsevier booth 825 at the 2014 ToxExpo.
Learn more about Ramesh C. Gupta's new book, Biomarkers in Toxicology, and take a look inside with a sample chapter.
Philip Wexler discusses the ShowDown for this year's Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting.
Dr. Gary W. Miller argues the need for an international collaborative effort in research of the exposome. His new book, The Exposome, publishes in 2013.