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Edited By: Peter G. Kerr
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 52/73 (Urology & Nephrology)
Online ISSN: 1440-1797
- Free reviews online: all reviews published in 2008 and 2009 are available FREE online
- New page design: From Issue 1 (February), 2010, Nephrology will feature a new page design and layout. We hope this will make it easier for everyone to enjoy the journal.
- Coming soon: a virtual issue of ‘Methods of Renal Research’ papers available FREE online
- See your figures published in colour on the web! If you can’t afford to pay for colour figures in the print edition of Nephrology, submit your figure in B&W and colour and we’ll publish the colour version online for FREE.
NEW! The first articles from our new series,
Clinical Research for Nephrologists.
See new articles in this series in each issue of 2010.
NICHOLAS B CROSS, JONATHAN C CRAIG, ANGELA C WEBSTER
Vol 15 Iss 1 Feb 2010
ANGELA C WEBSTER, NICHOLAS B CROSS, RUTH MITCHELL, JONATHAN C CRAIG
Vol 15 Iss 1 Feb 2010
MIN JUN, SOPHIA ZOUNGAS, VLADO PERKOVIC, ANGELA C WEBSTER
Vol 15 Iss 2 March 2010
SUETONIA C PALMER, SANKAR D NAVANEETHAN, GIOVANNI FM STRIPPOLI
Vol 15 Iss 2 March 20100.
Now Available: Special Issue on CKD-MBD
Guest Editor: Grahame Elder
This special issue will be of particular interest to clinical nephrologists.
· Getting the balance right – Assessing causes and extent of vascular calcification in CKD -
MARKUS KETTELER and PATRICK H BIGGAR
· Chronic kidney disease-mineral bone disease: Have we got the assays right?
MIRIAM P ZIDEHSARAI1 and SHARON M MOE
· RISKS OF CORONARY ARTERY CALCIFICATION IN CKD: DO THE SAME RULES APPLY?
Peter A. McCullough, Mohit Agarwal, Varun Agrawal
· Bone Density in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease Stages 4-5
· Patient Level Outcomes – the Missing Link
Grahame Elder and Denise O'Shaughnessy
Nephrology featured in 'Nephrology Now'
Nephrology will now provide free access to articles appearing in Nephrology Now, an email guide created for Nephrologists to keep up to date with important publications in Nephrology.
Each month, subscribers receive a 'meta-journal' of the most important articles published in the field of Nephrology in the last month, as selected by members of the Division of Nephrology at the University of Toronto.
Manuscript Central is now called ScholarOne Manuscripts
Please note the URL will redirect.
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Online Content Now Available Back to Volume 1
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