Japan Human Cell Society

THE JAPAN HUMAN Cell Society (Nihon Hito Sai—bou Gakkai) is a Japanese professional society for basic scientists and physicians whose research is focused on the study of human cells. The Japan Human Cell Society, originally established in 1983 as the Human Cell Research Meeting (Nihonn Hito Saibou Kennkyu—kai), is open to a growing number of people earnestly seeking the establishment of an institution allowing the comprehensive presentation of research findings and exchange of opinions by persons in various fields in Japan, and the publication of a technical journal relating to human cells. At present, this society has 600 members around the world.

The society publishes a bimonthly peer—reviewed journal—Human Cell—that is widely regarded as one of the preeminent journals in the field. This official journal of ...

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