Mary Ann Liebert, Inc
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., founded in 1980, is renowned for the establishment of authoritative publications in the most exciting and promising areas. With Mary Ann Liebert, offering cutting-edge journals in the areas of biotechnology, biomedical research/life sciences, clinical medicine and surgery, alternative and complementary medicine, law, philanthropy, environmental science and sustainability, you can enhance your collection to better support the key disciplines most important to researchers.
| Biomedical Research/Life Sciences
|| Biotechnology |
| Complementary/Alternative Medicine
|| e-Books |
|| Environmental Studies |
| Law, Economics, and Policy
|| Medicine, Surgery, and Nursing |
|| Psychology and Humanities |
| Public Health/Policy
Quality Content @ Significant Savings
Through EBSCO, this collection can be yours at a significant savings, with a mass of content:
Over 5,400 Issues
Over 490,000 Pages
61 Publications with Legacy Content beginning with Volume 1, issue #1
Over 78,000 articles (growing!)
Publications List(please establish this item first and it will hyperlink to a PDF file)
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- Full package, Hospital package, & Customized package
- Well known for high-impact factor academic journals
- Free Back Files available upon subscription
- Onsite Training
- Perpetual Access for purchased titles
- One time purchase also available
- DDP Rate is 70% off from the original price
- Flexibility in multi-year contracts
- 3 Months Trial Period
- Category: Biotechnology, Bio-medical, Law, Philanthropy, Environment
Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News (GEN)
The only publication provides full range of Biotechnology market in areas such as Omics, drug, biomarker discovery, bioprocessing, clinical research, molecular diagnostics, & bio-business.
Human Gene Therapy;
Human Gene Therapy was designated as one of the most important journals in the last 100 years by the Special Library Association in celebration of its Centennial Anniversary in 2009.
Covering all aspects of human gene therapy, including DNA, RNA, & cell therapies. The journal publishes original findings in the transfer and expression of genes in mammals, and improvements in vector development, delivery systems, and animal models, particularly in the areas of cancer, AIDS, heart disease, genetic disease and neurological disease.
Mary Ann Liebert Provides Researchers Everything They Want and Need!
- Multiple ways of searching
- Linking of references to bibliographic resources on the web such as PubMed®, ChemPort®, Web of Knowledge®, among others.
- Cross-publishers, cross-title linking of citations via CrossRef®.
- Customization of the Liebert Online experience through such features as RSS feeds, e-TOC alerts.
- Citation tracking alerts, forward tracking alerts for a specific word or phrase.
- Ability to download metadata to Reference Manager, ProCite, Endnote and more!
Always addressing the Future
- Perpetual Access to purchased content
- Library-friendly and flexible licensing terms.
- Open-URL compliant for Link Resolvers
- COUNTER compliant, self-generated usage statistics.
- Customized web pages
- No embargoes
- Archival preservation assured by Portico, and National Library of the Netherlands.
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. was the first to publish medical journals on AIDS, long before this disease was designated as a serious threat to world health AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses has been the leading scientific journal in the field for over 20 years. This core journal for researchers in HIV, human retroviruses, and their associated diseases provides the broadest coverage from molecular biology to clinical studies and outcomes research. 2008 Impact Factor: 2.024.
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