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Journal of the Endocrine Society

Title Abbreviation
J Endocrinol Soc
Electronic ISSN
Cardiologists, Cardiovascular Surgeons, Clinicians, Diabetologists, Endocrinologists, General Practitioners, Nuclear Medicine Physicians, Oncologists, Patients, Physicians - Medicine, Physicists, Researchers, Scientists, Vascular Medicine Specialists
Journal of the Endocrine Society provides rapid, open-access publication of a wide range of content relating to endocrinology, including basic, translational, and clinical research, clinical practice guidelines, mini-reviews, editorials, perspectives, and Endocrine Society statements. Images, case reports, articles about databases and methods, and interactive media will also be featured. Articles undergo a streamlined peer review and are provided with article-level metrics. The wide range of article types means that there are options for everything from basic research through translational work to clinical applications and informed commentary. Journal of the Endocrine Society will carry articles in major topic areas including: adrenal; diabetes mellitus; growth and growth factors; hormone action in cancer; lipid metabolism and cardiovascular disorders; nuclear receptors; obesity and adipocyte biology; parathyroid, bone, and mineral metabolism; pituitary and neuroendocrinology; reproductive biology and sex-based medicine; signaling pathways; and thyroid.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Endocrine Society
Publisher Name
Oxford University Press - US
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