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Digestion


Title Abbreviation
Digestion
ISSN
0012-2823
Electronic ISSN
1421-9867
Readership
Cell Biologists, Cytologists, Endocrinologists, Gastroenterologists, Immunologists, Molecular Biologists, Nutritionists, Pathologists, Physiologists
Scope
Digestion concentrates on clinical research reports: in addition to editorials and reviews, the journal features sections on Stomach/Esophagus, Bowel, Neuro-Gastroenterology, Liver/Bile, Pancreas, Metabolism/Nutrition and Gastrointestinal Oncology. Papers cover physiology in humans, metabolic studies and clinical work on the etiology, diagnosis, and therapy of human diseases. It is thus especially cut out for gastroenterologists employed in hospitals and outpatient units. Moreover, the journal’s coverage of studies on the metabolism and effects of therapeutic drugs carries considerable value for clinicians and investigators beyond the immediate field of gastroenterology.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Japanese Gastroenterological Association (JGA)
Publisher Name
Karger Publishers
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