Eminent Editorial Board Members

Bhoomika Patel
India
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Massimo Collino
ITALY
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Amedeo Amedei
ITALY
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Anil Kumar Mandal
UNITED STATES
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Indra Prasad Tripathi
India
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Akira Sugawara
JAPAN
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Burton M. Altura
UNITED STATES
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Akbar Nikkhah
IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF)
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Rachel J. Perry
UNITED STATES
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Manish K. Tripathi
UNITED STATES
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Hao Wu
CHINA
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Tar-Choon Aw
SINGAPORE
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Raveendran. A.V
OMAN
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Mariana Arruda Camara Ferreira da Silva
BRAZIL
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Maria Anastasiadou
GREECE
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Pankaj Srivastava
India
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Maivel Heshmat Ghattas
EGYPT
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Selvihan Beysel
TURKEY
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Journal of Hormonal Disorders & Endocrine Research (JHDER) is an international, peer reviewed, open access journal which covers the studies of all aspects of Hormonal Disorders and Endocrine Research. JHDER aims to publish latest research and review articles, short communication, case report, editorial articles, etc.

JHDER aspires to provide a platform for scientists and academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of endocrine physiology and metabolism, hormone secretion, its action, biological effects, basic and translational studies at the organ, tissue and whole organism level etc.

RECENT ARTICLES
Disappearance of a Gouty Nodule after Hemodialysis Initiation
A 51-year-old Japanese male received hemodialysis to chronic kidney disease (CKD) due to nephrosclerosis and gout. When he was 47-year-old, he has visited our hospital for the gouty attack. Laboratory tests showed serum creatinine level to be 3-4 mg/...
The Sea Star Igkappa Gene: Effects Against Human Cancerous Cells
It was shown 32 years ago that the sea star axial organ cells (AO cells) produced a spontaneous cytotoxicity against mouse cancerous cells. Recently, we discovered a sea star Igkappa gene with immune properties. This gene was inserted in a CMV (cytom...
Sub-Laminar Wiring in Spinal Fractures - A Viable Alternative
In Sri Lanka toddy tapping is a common form industry in the coast line villages. Falls from palm trees of forty feet is a common occupational hazard. Spinal fractures are common in these patients....
Side Effects of Phenytoin in the Oral Cavity: A Review
The purpose of this article is to share with professionals in dentistry and related personnel in the health area, the oral findings in epileptic patients under treatment of phenytoin. Epilepsy contributes to the ingestion of phenytoin, which is the o...
Evaluation of Heart Block in Inferior Wall Myocardial Infarction in context of Intervention: Temporary Pacemaker Implantation Versus Conservative Medical Management, a Single Centre Experience from Eastern India
Association between Inferior wall Myocardial infarction (IWMI) and various degree of heart block is well known. However, most of these blocks are transient. Objective of this study was to re-evaluate whether they need temporary pacemaker or can be tr...
Poststroke Amnesia
Studies investigating the time course of poststroke memory function are scarce specially because the stroke does normally not affect structures involved in memory [1]. However, amnesia has been repeatedly reported in patients following surgical repai...