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Annals of Transplantation

Title Abbreviation
Ann Transplant
Electronic ISSN
Critical Care Nurses, Critical Care Physicians, Emergency Nurses, Emergency Physicians, Med-Surg Nurses, Transplant Surgeons
Annals of Transplantation is one of the fast-developing journals open to all scientists and fields of transplant medicine and related research. The journal is published quarterly and provides extensive coverage of the most important advances in transplantation. Using an electronic on-line submission and peer review tracking system, Annals of Transplantation is committed to rapid review and publication. The average time to first decision is around 3-4 weeks. Time to publication of accepted manuscripts continues to be shortened, with the Editorial team committed to a goal of 3 months from acceptance to publication. Expert reseachers and clinicians from around the world contribute original Articles, Review Papers, Case Reports and Special Reports in every pertinent specialty, providing a lot of arguments for discussion of exciting developments and controversies in the field.
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Publisher Name
International Scientific Information
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