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Biomedical Research and Reviews

Online ISSN: 2515-9186

Jin-Wen Xu (Editor-in-Chief)

Shanghai University, China

Biomedical Research and Reviews is an open access, peer-reviewed journal which aims to publish only Research and Review articles that present significant advances in biomedicine and related discipline.

BRR operate a system of rapid review process and publication which aims to increase the visibility to provide freely accessible research information worldwide.

BRR welcomes direct submissions from authors: Attach your word file with e-mail and send it to: submissions@oatext.com alternatively to: editor.brr@oatext.com

Please, follow the Instructions for Authors. In the cover letter add the name and e-mail address of 5 proposed reviewers (we can choose them or not).

Copyright is retained by the authors and articles can be freely used and distributed by others. Articles are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work, first published by BRR, is properly cited.

Dr. Jin-Wen Xu


Dr. Jin-Wen Xu graduated from Harbin Medical University in China in 1983, and then went to Japan where he studied life sciences and earned a master's degree at Waseda University, studied molecular and cellular medicine at Tokyo Medical Dental University, and earned a Ph.D in March 2001. During this period, there is a great interest in the molecular mechanisms of inflammation and cardiovascular disease. Later Dr. Jin-Wen Xu went to Kyoto University engaged in postdoctoral work, involving the pathophysiology of hypertension and spontaneous hypertensive rats, during which time Dr. Xu also involved in cellular senescence. Jin-Wen Xu went to work in the School of Human Environmental Science, Research Center for Life-Style Related Diseases, and Department of Pathophysiology at School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Wakagawa Women's University in Japan, as an assistant professor until he came back to China.

Dr. Jin-Wen Xu returned to China in January 2009 to work at Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine as a Professor of Cardiovascular Pharmacology.

The current research interests are in the mechanisms of cardiovascular senescence and inflammation, as well as the intervention of Chinese medical herbal constituents.

Editorial Board


Dr. Paolo Lombardi

Co-founder and CEO, Naxospharma srl Co-founder and CSO, Aesis Therapeutics srl
ITALY

Dr. JUN-LI Yang

Key Laboratory for Natural Medicine of Gansu Province
Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Lanzhou 730000, P. R. China

Dr. Qiuqin Tang

Department of Obstetrics
Nanjing Maternal and Child Health Care Hospital
Nanjing, 210004
China


Farrukh Aqil

Assistant Professor
Department of Medicine
James Graham Brown Cancer Center
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY
USA

Kiran K. Solingapuram Sai

Assistant Professor
Department of Radiology
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Medical Center Boulevard
Winston-Salem, NC
USA

Saurabh Patel

NICU Chief Fellow
University of Illinois at Chicago
USA


Jin-Wen Xu

Institute of Interdisciplinary Research Complex Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Shanghai
China

Aparna Krishnavajhala

National School of Tropical Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX
USA

Milos Arsenijevic

Department of Surgery
Faculty of medical sciences
University of Kragujevac
Serbia


Ibrahim O Alanazi

Assistant Professor of Proteomics
Life science and Environment Research Institute The National Center For Genomic Technology King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology
Saudi Arabia

Douglas Wilson

Department of School of Medicine and Health Queen's Campus Durham University
UK

Daniela Carlisi

Department of Experimental Biomedicine and Clinical Neuroscience
University of Palermo
Italy


Carlo Maiorana

Full Professor of Oral Surgery
Department of Biomedical
Surgical and Dental Sciences
Faculty of Medicine and Surgery
University of Milan
Italy

Yuehe Lin

Professor
School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Materials Science and Engineering Program Washington State University
USA

Rosario Marchese-Ragona

Department of Neurosciences
Otolaryngology Clinic
University of Padua Padova
Italy


Nilakshi Waidyatillake

Allergy and Lung Health Unit
Centre for Epidemiology and Bio-statistics The University of Melbourne
Australia

Rui Miguel Martins

General surgeon, subspeciality in HPB surgery
IPO Coimbra
Portugal

Dong-Yih Kuo

Department of Physiology
Chang Shan Medical University
Taichung city
Taiwan


Jose Luis Trevino Gonzalez

Chief Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery School of Medicine and University Hospital University A. Nuevo Leon
Mexico

Jacopo J.V. Branc

Department of Experimental and Clinical Medicine University of Firenze Firenze
Italy

Simona Serini

Assistant Professor
Institute of General Pathology Catholic University School of Medicine
Italy


Dr. Nilakshi Waidyatillake

Allergy and Lung Health Unit
Centre for Epidemiology and Bio-statistics
Health Outcomes Research Unit
Department of Medicine, St Vincent's Hospital The University of Melbourne
Australia

Paulo Moreira Silva Dantas

Department of Physical Education
Health Sciences Center
Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte
Brazil

Dr. Yulin Li

Associate Professor
School of Materials Science and Engineering East China University of Science and Technology Shanghai
China


Carla Moura

Centre for Rapid and Sustainable Product Development Polytechnic Institute of Leiria
Portugal

In Press

Volume 2, Issue 3


will be updated soon.

Current Issue

Volume 2, Issue 2


Visualization of mental disorders by molecular connectivity with omics platform

Elizabeth Heroux Aminata Musa Jae-Hyeon Cho Diane E. Heck Hong-Duck Kim

Commentary-Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

April 20, 2018


Review on insecticidal and repellent activity of plant products for malaria mosquito control

Damtew Bekele

Review Article -Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

May 25, 2018


Natural Joints: Tribological performance on negatively charged surfaces

Zenon Pawlak Aleksandra Mrela

Review Article -Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

June 15, 2018


Toward an elucidation of the process underlying the evolution of gene regulation several billion years ago

Masami Horikoshi

Mini Review-Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

August 27, 2018


Medico-socio-economic variables of trauma presented to the pediatric emergencies: A monocentric study

Myriam Amm Yara salameh Zaki Ghorayeb Hala Feghali Georges Nicolas Mode AlOjaimi Marie Claude Fadous Khalife

Research Article-Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

August 27, 2018


Archive


Volume 2

Visualization of mental disorders by molecular connectivity with omics platform

Elizabeth Heroux Aminata Musa Jae-Hyeon Cho Diane E. Heck Hong-Duck Kim

Commentary-Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

April 20, 2018


Review on insecticidal and repellent activity of plant products for malaria mosquito control

Damtew Bekele

Review Article -Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

May 25, 2018


Natural Joints: Tribological performance on negatively charged surfaces

Zenon Pawlak Aleksandra Mrela

Review Article -Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

June 15, 2018


Toward an elucidation of the process underlying the evolution of gene regulation several billion years ago

Masami Horikoshi

Mini Review-Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

August 27, 2018


Medico-socio-economic variables of trauma presented to the pediatric emergencies: A monocentric study

Myriam Amm Yara salameh Zaki Ghorayeb Hala Feghali Georges Nicolas Mode AlOjaimi Marie Claude Fadous Khalife

Research Article-Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

August 27, 2018


Ultrasound for the Diagnosis of primary thyroid lymphoma

Pan Zhang Ying Wang Yu Dong Zhuo Zhang Guang-Sen Li

Research article -Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

February 12, 2018


Patients with foot skin diseases may be susceptible to infection of HPV

Xiaomin Zhang Tangde Zhang Yanhua Liang

Research Article -Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

February 28, 2018


The potential dangers of neck manipulation & risk for dissection and devastating stroke: An illustrative case & review of the literature

Ryan C. Turner Brandon P. Lucke-Wold Sohyun Boo Charles L. Rosen Cara L. Sedney

Research article-Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

March 25, 2018


A new causal deterministic coherence law in quantum physics revealed

Geesink JH Meijer DKF

Editorial-Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

March 27, 2018


NGS approach for new ovarian cancer biomarker discovery Ovarian cancer biomarker discovery

Stefania Brandini Arianna Consiglio Flavio Licciulli Sabino Liuni Anna Napoli Eugenio Maiorano Leonardo Resta Elda Perlino

opinion-Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

April 18, 2018


Volume 1

Crohn’s Disease Biologic Therapies Advances: A current review

Diana Serra Paulo Teixeira Jorge Balteiro Rui Cruz Fernando Mendes

Review Article-Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

September 14, 2017


Screening for prostate cancer: a clinical update for primary care providers using a novel, serum-based prostate cancer risk assessment multiplexed autoantibody assay

Gregory Allen Heng Yu Alice Juang Doris Vuong Sandy Kamer Luis Carbonell Sharat Singh Jim Arthurs Jeanne Ohrnberger Amanda L Fish Ann Arbor Kristopher Kapphahn Jason M. Hafron

Review Article-Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

October 12, 2017


Improved risk assessment using a novel cancer-specific biomarker assay derived from autoantibody signatures for men with non-aggressive prostate cancer who are not receiving treatment

Xiaoju Wang Jason M. Hafron Heng Yu Alice Juang Doris Vuong Sandy Kamer Luis Carbonell Sharat Singh Jim Arthurs Jeanne Ohrnberger Amanda L Fish Kristopher Kapphahn Ashley Ross

Research Article-Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

October 21, 2017


Aneurysmal bone cyst of the maxillary sinus secondary to fibrous dysplasia: Report of a rare case and review of the literature

Umur Yollu Mehmet Aslan Mehmet Yilmaz H. Caner Inan Ferit Akil Nil Comunoglu H. Murat Yener

Review Article-Biomedical Research and Reviews(BRR)

October 27, 2017


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