How are ethical issues in the laboratory medicine held in Turkey? A perspective view through medical ethics and clinical laboratory science

Yeşim Gürol 1 , Elif Lutz Vatanoğlu 2  and Gülden Çelik 3
  • 1 Yeditepe University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Clinical Microbiology, İstanbul 34752, Turkey
  • 2 Yeditepe University, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Clinical Ethics, İstanbul, Turkey
  • 3 Yeditepe University Faculty of Medicine, Department of Clinical Microbiology, İstanbul, Turkey
Yeşim Gürol, Elif Lutz Vatanoğlu and Gülden Çelik

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Turkish Journal of Biochemistry (TJB), official journal of Turkish Biochemical Society, is issued electronically every 2 months. The main aim of the journal is to support the research and publishing culture by ensuring that every published manuscript has an added value and thus providing international acceptance of the “readability” of the manuscripts published in the journal.