Mutation research.

Format
Journal
Language
English
Published/​Created
Amsterdam : Elsevier Publishing Co., 1964-
Description
  • volumes : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1964)-

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Subject(s)
Frequency
Bimonthly, [1996-]
Former frequency
  • Irregular, <1994->
  • Bimonthly, 1964-1973
  • Monthly, 1974-
Notes
  • "International journal on mutagenesis, chromosome breakage and related subjects."
  • Beginning in 1973, some vols. have also a section title, e.g., v. 236, no. 2/3 called Mutation research, DNA repair; v. 244, no. 3 called Mutation research, Mutation research letters. The sections do not have their own vol. numbering; vols. for <1994-> have section titles: Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis, Environmental mutagenesis and related subjects including methodology, DNA repair, DNAging: genetic instability and aging, Reviews in genetic toxicology, Genetic toxicology testing, Mutation research letters; Genetic toxicology testing changed to Genetic toxicology with v. 321, no. 3 (May 1994)
Indexed in
  • Excerpta medica
  • Life sciences collection
  • Energy information abstracts
  • Environment abstracts
  • International aerospace abstracts
  • Bibliography of agriculture
  • Biological abstracts
  • Chemical abstracts
  • Index medicus
  • Nuclear science abstracts
Other title(s)
  • Mutat. res.
  • Mutation research
  • Mutation research. DNA repair
  • Mutation research. DNAging, genetic instability and aging
  • Mutation research. Environmental mutagenesis and related subjects including methodology
  • Mutation research. Fundamental and molecular mechanisms of mutagenesis
  • Mutation research. Genetic toxicology testing
  • Mutation research. Genetic toxicology
  • Mutation research. Mutation research letters
  • Mutation research. Reviews in genetic toxicology
ISSN
0027-5107
LCCN
64009436
OCLC
1590350
Coden designation
MUREAV
RCP
C - O
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