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Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology publishes clinical articles on all aspects of the digestive system, including the liver and pancreas. The types of articles Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology publishes include original papers, review articles, brief communications, and special category manuscripts. Manuscripts must be prepared in accordance with the "Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals" developed by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors ( http://www.icmje.org). Clinical Gastroenterology & Hepatology Clinical Gastroenterology & Hepatology
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PMID-to-PMCID Converter PMID-to-PMCID Converter About this tool This utility allows you to start with the unique identifier for an article that is in PMC (PubMed Central) in order to find additional unique identifiers that may apply to the article, such as: PMID (from PubMed) PMCID (from PMC) Manuscript ID (from a manuscript submission system, e.g., NIHMS, Europe PMC, PMC Canada) DOI (Digital Object Identifier) Note that not every article will have all of these identifiers. A Manuscript ID will be available for an article that was added to PMC via the NIHMS or similar submission system. A DOI will be available if the article was assigned a DOI by its publisher.
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Submission Process Before submitting a manuscript, please gather the following information: For all authors: First name, middle initial and last namePostal addressE-mail addressTelephone number (corresponding author only)Fax number (corresponding author only)Title (can be cut and pasted from your manuscript)Abstract (can be cut and pasted from your manuscript)Cover letter file (note: this will not be accessible by the reviewers)Manuscript files (for formatting guidelines, click here) . Figures/tables/videos (for formatting guidelines, click here)Supplementary material (related manuscript, figures, etc.) For information on submitting supplemental material, please click here Contact information (name, e-mail address and institution) for suggested and/or excluded reviewers (if any) File size: Authors should submit article files that are less than 1-2 Megs (without embedded figures) and for figure files to be under 2-3 Megs total. Immunology Immunology
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Volume 1307: Advances in Meditation Research: Neuroscience and Clinical Applications Recent advances in the growing interdisciplinary area of meditation research shed light on the neural correlates and associated psychological outcomes of meditative practice in its many forms. This Annals volume includes a selection of compelling reviews presenting the proceedings of the conference “Advances in Meditation Research: Neuroscience and Clinical Applications,” held January 17, 2013 at the New York Academy of Sciences in New York City. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
Reviews Immunology
Reviews Immunology
European Journal of Immunology
European Journal of Immunology
Journal of Clinical Investigation The Journal of Clinical Investigation is a top-tier venue for discoveries in basic and clinical biomedical research that will advance the practice of medicine. The JCI: has a 2012 Impact Factor of 12.812 and a 5-year Impact Factor of 14.689, provides free access to all of its research articles, deposits published research articles in PubMed Central, which satisfies the NIH Public Access Policy and other similar funding agency requirements, and is an ideal home for authors seeking the broadest audience for their most important work. The journal is headed by Editor in Chief Dr. Howard Rockman and an Editorial Board of peer scientists at Duke University Medical Center, the University of North Carolina, Duke-NUS, and Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute whose depth and experience ensure fair and competent peer review. Sending your work to the JCI
Journal of Clinical Investigation
The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA (PNAS) publishes research reports, Feature Articles, commentaries, perspectives, colloquium papers, letters, and Front Matter. In accordance with the guiding principles established by George Ellery Hale in 1914, PNAS publishes brief first announcements of Academy members' and foreign associates' (hereafter referred to as members) more important contributions to research and of work that appears to a member to be of particular importance. PNAS is a general science journal and all papers should be intelligible to a broad scientific audience. Research Reports describe the results of original research of exceptional importance. All manuscripts are evaluated by the Editorial Board and more than 50% of Direct Submissions are declined without additional review. Beginning in 2013, each research article is published with a Significance Statement, which is a brief, author-written statement describing the significance of the work. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Microbial methane and the end-Permian extinction A study finds that the catastrophic end-Permian extinction event may have been related to the evolution of a new microbial mechanism to convert organic carbon to methane, an ability catalyzed by an abundance of nickel resulting from Siberian volcanism. Oxytocin might enhance group-serving lying In an experiment where participants could benefit their group by lying, 60 participants who received oxytocin lied to a greater extent and more readily than 60 participants who did not, but when lying benefitted only the individual, those who received oxytocin did not lie any more than those who did not receive oxytocin, suggesting that oxytocin might influence people to act in the best interest of their group, even if the actions include dishonesty, according to a study.
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Medicine
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Diabetes
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