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Journal of Clinical Research & Bioethics

Journal of Clinical Research & Bioethics
Open Access

ISSN: 2155-9627

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Citations Report

Citations Report - Journal of Clinical Research & Bioethics [305 Articles]

The articles published in Journal of Clinical Research & Bioethics have been cited 305 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Clinical Research & Bioethics.

Ramachandran RP, Yelledahalli LU (2011) Exploring the recent advances in stem cell research. J Stem Cell Res Ther 1: 2.

Arun Kumar R, Sathish Kumar D, Nishanth T (2012) Assessment & Effectiveness of Surgeries in Human Safety. J Clinic Experiment Ophthalmol 2: 2.

CANCA C. An Ethical Analysis of an Organ Market: In Defense of Buying and Selling Kidneys (Doctoral dissertation).

Crepelle A (2016) A Market for Human Organs: An Ethical Solution to the Organ Shortage. Ind. Health L. Rev.13: 17.

Canca C (2016) The unjustified policy against a market in kidneys. Asian Bioethics Review 8: 177-194.

Gordon EJ, Patel CH, Sohn MW, Hippen B, Sherman LA (2015) Does financial compensation for living kidney donation change willingness to donate?. American Journal of Transplantation 15: 265-273.

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richiamo della Foresta I. Navigazione principale. Romania. 2015 May 5.

FEDI B, MANZONI A, PENCO S, POCAR V, TERRILE M. CONTRO LA VIVISEZIONE E LA SPERIMENTAZIONE ANIMALE.

Koonrungsesomboon N, Laothavorn J, Karbwang J (2016) Ethical considerations and challenges in first-in-human research. Translational Research 177: 6-18.

Habets MG. Ethical challenges in translational pluripotent stem cell research: Justifying leaps of faith (Doctoral dissertation, Utrecht University).

Satalkar P, Elger BS, Shaw DM (2016) Stakeholder views on participant selection for first-in-human trials in cancer nanomedicine. Current Oncology 23: e530.

Habets MG, van Delden JJ, Bredenoord AL (2016) The unique status of first-in-human studies: strengthening the social value requirement. Drug Discovery Today.

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Chapman AR (2012) Improving Subject Safety in High-Risk Phase I Trials With Stem Cell-Based Candidate Therapies. AJOB Neuroscience 3: 18-20.

Helmchen H (2013) Ethische Grundvoraussetzungen klinischer Forschung. InEthik psychiatrischer Forschung. Springer Berlin Heidelberg pp. 39-56.

Napier S (2013) Challenging research on human subjects: justice and uncompensated harms. Theoretical medicine and bioethics 34: 29-51.

Smith SE, Reeder SJ (2013) What nurse practitioners should know about gene therapy. The Nurse Practitioner 38: 16-22.

Satalkar P, Elger BS, Shaw D (2016) Naming it ‘nano’: Expert views on ‘nano’terminology in informed consent forms of first-in-human nanomedicine trials. Nanomedicine : 933-940.

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