www.ejci-online.com April 2018 Vol 48 No 4 European Journal of Clinical Investigation In this issue Modulation of TRA1 expression inﬂ uences the effect of autophagy on lung cancer cell viability Elevated pleural ﬂ uid survivin concentrations are associated with shorter survival in pa- tients with malignant pleural effusion Ofﬁ cial journal of the European Society for Clinical Investigation European Journal of Clinical Investigation THE JOURNAL OF THE EUROPEAN SOCIETY FOR CLINICAL INVESTIGATION EDITOR-IN-CHIEF John P.A. Ioannidis EDITORIAL ADDRESS John P.A. Ioannidis Editor-in-Chief, EJCI editorial ofﬁ ce COORDINATING EDITORS Fotini B. Karassa firstname.lastname@example.org Athina T atsioni University of Ioannina School of Medicine, Greece PUBLISHER’S OFFICE Production Editor: Karthikeyan Thinakaran email@example.com Aims & Scope Wiley & Sons Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of this publication (apart from articles marked ‘OnlineOpen’) The European Journal of Clinical Investigation (EJCI), in may be reproduced, stored or transmitted in any form publication since 1970, is a peer-reviewed general-interest or by any means without the prior permission in writing biomedical journal with a broad readership. It is the ofﬁ cial from the copyright holder. Authorization to copy items journal of the European Society for Clinical Investigation for internal and personal use is granted by the
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