[ARTIGO RETRATADO] Relação Neutrófilo-Linfócitos na Avaliação do Risco para Desenvolvimento de Doença Cardiovascular

[ARTIGO RETRATADO] Relação Neutrófilo-Linfócitos na Avaliação do Risco para Desenvolvimento de Doença Cardiovascular


Heitor Oliveira Santos,
Luiz Fernando Moreira Izidoro


International Journal of Cardiovascular Sciences

versão impressa ISSN 2359-4802versão On-line ISSN 2359-5647

Int. J. Cardiovasc. Sci. vol.31 no.5 Rio de Janeiro set./out. 2018 Epub 02-Jul-2018

The editorial staff of the International Journal of Cardiovascular Sciences reports the formal publication of Retraction for extraction of the article:

SANTOS, Heitor Oliveira e IZIDORO, Luiz Fernando Moreira. Relação Neutrófilo-Linfócitos na Avaliação do Risco para Desenvolvimento de Doença Cardiovascular. Int. J. Cardiovasc. Sci. [online]. In press., pp.-. Epub 02Jul-2018. ISSN 2359-4802.

The article is being retracted because there will be no more Portuguese version, once the journal has publish from Volume 31, Nº 5, only articles in the English version.

Claudio Tinoco Mesquita
Chief Editor


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