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The Asian Network for Scientific Information (ANSInet) leadership currently serves 37 peer-reviewed journals in the fields of Science, Medicine and Technology. Our aims and objectives are to build, support and facilitate dissemination of up-to-date, original, and high quality academic disciplines among the scientific communities in Asia and the World.

To achieve these aims and objectives, the ANSInet has actively joined a number of industry organizations such as the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP), the National Information Standards Organization (NISO), the National Information Standards Organization (NISO), and the LiveDNA among others.

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Journal Articles & Books
December 2012

A study was conducted in dry and wet season to determine macro and micro mineral status of
growing sheep and goats in arid rangelands of northern Kenya. Forty four, 22 each of sheep and goats (1-2
year old), randomly purchased from three herds/flocks in study area, were sacrificed for whole liver and 12th

Journal Articles & Books
January 2007

Water crisis as one of the most important environmental hazards has environmental, social and economical impacts. Researchers have adopted different methodologies and approaches including water balance equations, climatic changes effects and land use planning in the study of water crisis.

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