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New and Emerging Tools for Studying the Microvasculature - Microfluidics in Vascular Research
The journal Microcirculation is pleased to announce that it will be publishing a Special Issue on ‘New and Emerging Tools for Studying the Microvasculature - Microfluidics in Vascular Research’ to tie in with the publication of an invited review by Dr Jonathan Song, Ohio State University, USA on "Microfluidic Approaches to the Study of Angiogenesis and the Microcirculation’’. The Special Issue will be edited by Dr Shayn Peirce Cottler, University of Virginia, USA and Dr Walter L Murfee, Tulane University, USA.
Submit your primary research papers or review articles covering hot topics in this area for your chance to be included. Following peer-review, all papers will be published 'In Press' as soon as they are accepted and in the online special issue at the start of 2017.
Deadline for submission: 31st December 2016
All author benefits and services remain in place, e.g. authors will continue to be able to order print offprints and or reprints of articles if required. Furthermore, there will be no cost to authors for the publication of colour images in the online-only edition. Please see the author instructions for full details.
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