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New Issue of AGA's Basic and Translational Science Journal

Sept. 11, 2015

The September issue of CMGH is now available. Read and submit your research.

The September issue of Cellular and Molecular Gastroenterology and Hepatology (CMGH) is now available. Read the latest in laboratory science and translational work in biology, immunology, physiology, microbiology, genetics and neurobiology of GI, hepatobiliary and pancreatic health and disease. CMGH is freely available to readers without a subscription.

Have research you want to publish? Submit it to CMGH to reach a broad audience of researchers around the world. The submission process is fast and easy using CMGH’s streamlined online submission and manuscript tracking system. Manuscripts undergo a standard peer-review process with an average turnaround time from submission to decision of less than three weeks. Articles are available online within days of acceptance.

Questions? Contact Lindsey Brounstein at lbrounstein@gastro.org.


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