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Respiratory Investigation

Title Abbreviation
Respir Investig
Electronic ISSN
Critical Care Physicians, Environmental Epidemiologists, Molecular Biologists, Pathologists, Physicians, Physicians - Medicine, Physiologists, Pulmonologists, Residents
Respiratory Investigation formerly known as Nihon Kokyuki Gakkaizasshi (The Journal of the Japanese Respiratory Society) is the official English - language journal of the Japanese Respiratory Society. The journal published original manuscripts on clinical investigations of a variety of respiratory diseases and medicines, along with articles concerning basic physiology, pathology, and cellular/molecular biology relating to any pulmonary diseases. Our journal is particularly interested in publishing articles that focus on the diversity of disease manifestations based on genetic and/or environmental differences between the East and West. Article types accepted include Original Articles, Rapid Communications, Reviews and Guidelines, Editorials, and Letters to the editor. A case report could be exceptionally accepted only when it contains significant scientific novelty and/or important clinical relevance. The journal enthusiastically welcomes contributions not only from Japanese members of our Society but also from non-members hailing from neighboring countries in Asia and anywhere worldwide.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Japanese Respiratory Society (JRS)
Publisher Name
Elsevier Science - Netherlands
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