Taylor, K. M.
November 2007
Perfusion;Nov2007, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p375
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the editorial developments of the "Perfusion" journal. He/she cites his/her experience in editing the journal and extends his/her warmest gratitude to the people who has been influential in his career as an editor. The author also indicates the journal's need for modification to amplify its scope and profiles along with the emerging technologies.


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