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Journal of Medical Chemical, Biological and Radiological Defense

Welcome to the Journal of Medical Chemical, Biological and Radiological Defense

The Journal of Medical Chemical, Biological and Radiological Defense (J Med CBR Defense) is a peer-reviewed scientific online journal that meets the demands for information on the chemistry, toxicology, and treatment of exposure to chemical, biological and radiological threat agents. J Med CBR Defense provides a single international forum for the publication of current research and development information on medical chemical, biological and radiological defense, as well as training, doctrine, and problems related to chemical, biological and radiological casualties. The journal also hosts an archive of related papers from authors in the field. Although articles will be published on the web continuously, there will be quarterly issues. The complete J Med CBR Defense is published electronically and is made available to the scientific community free of charge.

All submissions are reviewed by an editorial board composed of well-known and respected international scientists from different geographical areas who represent different aspects of medical chemical, biological and radiological defense. J Med CBR Defense is committed to providing its readers with quality scientific information and critical analyses.

Contributions submitted to J Med CBR Defense must be original works of the author(s) that have not been previously published or simultaneously submitted to other publications. The author(s) must transfer the copyright of articles published in J Med CBR Defense to the journal. A copyright transfer form must accompany each manuscript submission. For more information on submitting to J Med CBR Defense, see the Authors' Guide.

Acknowledgment

The Journal of Medical Chemical, Biological and Radiological Defense gratefully acknowledges the initial concept for the journal and the scientific and editorial contributions provided by the US Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense and the US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command.