The Coming of age of the “Journal of Anatomy and Physiology”

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    DURING the past summer there was established (as our readers have been informed), under the title of the “Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland,” a new brotherhood of anatomists; and the adoption, by it of the above-named journal as a medium for publication, taken in conjunction with the fact that the same has entered on its twenty-second year, affords a fitting opportunity for briefly reviewing its progress and prospects.

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    The Coming of age of the “Journal of Anatomy and Physiology” . Nature 37, 441–442 (1888). https://doi.org/10.1038/037441a0

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