Magnetic Resonance in Clinical Chemistry and Medicine
A scientific open access journal in the field of clinical chemistry and medicine.
Magnetic Resonance in Clinical Chemistry and MedicineA scientific open access journal in the field of clinical chemistry and medicine.
Aims and Scope
Magnetic Resonance in Clinical Chemistry and Medicine is an open access journal in the field of clinical chemistry and medicine. Reviews, book reviews, research papers and short reports are considered on magnetic resonance and magnetic resonance imaging.
Discussions on the research of NMR techniques, results, new applications to the clinical area, bioanalytical and pharmaceutical studies, are welcomed in the journal. The following specific topics are interest in the journal
- Measurement of amount of substance in biological fluids, e.g. plasma, serum, urine and cerebrospinal fluid for in vitro diagnosis.
- Chemometric analysis of NMR in in vitro diagnosis.
- Original articles, new contributions to the development and applications of Nuclear magnetic resonance in clinical chemistry and magnetic resonance imaging or spectroscopy in medicine.
- Combination of the NMR and MRI for nondestructive diagnosis.
- Review articles are critically evaluated on the specific area in NMR in clinical chemistry and/or MRI. If you would like to contribute to the journal with a review article, the authors must initially contact the editorial office by email to email@example.com . Articles are normally invited.
- Short communications with novelty focusing on technical advances in the field of NMR in clinical chemistry and MRI.
- Original and/or rare findings in specific clinical disorders that related novel technical aspects of magnetic resonance.
All published research articles in Magnetic Resonance in Clinical Chemistry and Medicine have undergone rigorous peer review (please click to see peer review process scheme), based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing by expert referees.
Any views expressed in this publication are the views of the authors and are not the views of ACG Publications.