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Peer Reviewed Journals In Transplantation Technology

Peer reviewed journals in transplantation technology are playing vital role in spreading scientific knowledge of diseases all over the world. Most of the peer reviewed journals in transplantation technology are open access journals where readers can get the information for free of cost. The process of peer review is accepted by the majority of researchers. Reviewers will be given top priority to reflect the appraisals of a research work and to extract the potentialities of the researcher. These peer reviewed journals in transplantation technology will provide significant criticism with the intention that scientists can revise and improve their papers before publication. This peer-review process has adopted to screen the articles for publication and it is the most acceptable process of scientific community which has adopted by majority of reputed international journals. There are different types of transplantations namely liver transplantation, hair transplantation, etc. Hair transplantation has become popular as a method of treating hair loss in recent years. Reports of successful hair transplants observed from 1930s in Japanese literature. The large grafts that are used throughout the 1960s and 1970s are eventually replaced by mini-grafts in the 1980s and mini-micrografting in the early 1990s. Follicular Unit Transplantation method first introduced to the medical literature in 1995. Subsequently, in 2002, Follicular Unit Extraction method was explained by Bernstein and Rassman. Follicular Unit Extraction method is the process that nearly 1 mm diameter micrografts taken from the donor area are placed into predrilled holes in the recipient region. This technique has provided a less invasive method for graft production, without the forming a linear scar and it results in low pain and discomfort at the donor site. (Earla P (2014) Transplantation: Unbelievable Evolution and an Amazing Gift to Human Population. J Transplant Technol Res 4: R1-001.)
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