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First published on the web: 27 Mar 2013 Frederic Moynier, Toshiyuki Fujii, Andrey Shaw and Marie Le Borgne Metallomics , 2013, Accepted Manuscript DOI: 10.1039/C3MT00008G, Paper
BioMetals is the only established journal to feature the important role of metal ions in chemistry, biology, biochemistry, environmental science, and medicine. BioMetals is an international, multidisciplinary journal singularly devoted to the rapid publication of the fundamental advances of both basic and applied research in this field. BioMetals offers a forum for innovative research and clinical results on the structure and function of:
Frequency: Bi-Monthly Indexed/Abstracted in: Chemical Abstracts, CINAHL, Current Contents/Clinical Medicine, Excerpta Medica (EMBASE), Focus On: Sports Science & Medicine SM, Index Medicus (MEDLINE), MDS, Physical Education Index, Research Alert, Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch), Sport Database, SPORT Discus Impact Factor 0,847 The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness 2013 February;53(1):1-8 Influence of physical development on start and countermovement jump performance in adolescent sprint athletes Aerenhouts D., Debaere S., Hagman F., Van Gheluwe B., Delecluse C., Clarys P.
As Editor-In-Chief I want to welcome you to the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research ( JSCR ). We have made dramatic changes over the last couple of years culminating with our move to publishing 12 issues a year. With this increased number of journals we will dramatically reduce in press time and gain quick exposure with LWW’s e ahead of print process for accepted papers. The JSCR has a world class group of Associate Editors and we pride ourselves on treating each manuscript as it if were our own. We publish more applied sport science and conditioning papers than any other journal in the world.
Nutrition and Aging is an international journal directed to the study of the effects of diets and dietary components on aging and age-related diseases. It is particularly concerned with experimental results emanating from biochemical and pharmacological studies, neuroscience, cardiovascular medicine, and nutritional sciences that demonstrate the effects of dietary constituents on the adverse effects of aging. The journal is particularly interested in publishing research concerned with the following topics:
Medical Hypotheses is a medical journal published by Elsevier . It was originally intended as a forum for unconventional ideas without the traditional filter of scientific peer review , "so long as (the ideas) are coherent and clearly expressed" in order to "foster the diversity and debate upon which the scientific process thrives." [ 1 ] Medical Hypotheses was the only Elsevier journal that did not send submitted papers to other scientists for review. [ 2 ] Articles were chosen instead by the journal's editor-in-chief based on whether he considered the submitted work interesting and important. The journal's policy placed full responsibility for the integrity, precision and accuracy of publications on the authors, rather than peer reviewers or the editor. [ 3 ]
Explores the nature, origin, experiences and scope of value Examines problems of value in culture, aesthetics, religion, social and legal theory and practice, ethics, education and the sciences Offers essays, notes, letters, book reviews, interviews, reports and a column of news
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Editor-in-Chief: Aubrey D.N.J. de Grey Latest Impact Factor* is 3.826 *2011 Journal Citation Reports® published by Thomson Reuters, 2012
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First published on the web: 28 Mar 2013 Siyuan Xing, Jia Jiang and Tingrui Pan Lab Chip , 2013, Advance Article DOI: 10.1039/C3LC41255E, Paper
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Polymeric Nanoparticles for the Treatment of Dermatological Diseases The penetration of ultra-small nanoparticles (size smaller than 40 nm) into skin strata, the targeted delivery of the encapsulated drugs to hair follicle stem cells, and the combination of nanoparticles and microneedle array technologies for special applications of vaccine delivery Self-immobilization of Lactate Dehydrogenase