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Anatomical Sciences Journal

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    The “Anatomical Sciences Journal“ is an international journal and official scientific quarterly publication of the Iranian Society of Anatomical Sciences. The Purpose of Anatomical Sciences Journal is going to increase knowledge of the anatomists. ASJ as a multidisciplinary scientific medium publishes editorials, original full-length research articles, short communications, reviews, and commentaries, in the broad fields of Anatomy: Macro Anatomy: Clinical Anatomy, Surgical Anatomy, Anthropological Anatomy, Growth, Surface Anatomy, Functional Anatomy Microanatomy: Histology and Ultra-structure of Different Cells, Cells and Tissues, Molecular Aspects of Cell and Tissues, Cell Differentiation Growth and Migration, Physiology of Different Organs. Mammalian Embryology: Gametogenesis, Fertilization, Gastrulation, Organogenesis, Development Different Organs before and after birth, Age Changes of Different Organs, Cell Manipulation, Cloning and Transgenic Animals, Genetic and Epigenetic, Stem Cell. Neuroscience: broad fields of developmental, molecular, cellular, systems, computational, behavioral, cognitive, and clinical neurosciences. Medical Strategies in Anatomy, Anatomy Education, and other related subjects. No area in the anatomical sciences is excluded from consideration. ASJ also tries to empower national, regional and international collaborative networks in the field of Anatomy in Iran, Middle East, Central Asia and North Africa and to be the voice of the Iranian and regional anatomical sciences community in the world of anatomists. In this way, the journal encourages submission of editorials, review papers, commentaries, and perspectives that address this scope. This scientific medium has been indexed in several databases, including Scientific Journals of Iran Ministry of Health, and Google Scholar...

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      • Sonje P
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      • Mohammadi A
      • Alizadeh R