Journal of Experimental Medicine

Journal of Experimental Medicine
Journal of Experimental Medicine  
Titre abrégé J. Exp. Med.
Discipline Recherche médicale
Langue Anglais
Maison d’édition Rockefeller University Press (Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis)
Période de publication 1896 à aujourd'hui
Facteur d’impact
d'après l’ISI
14,505 (2009)
Fréquence 12 numéros par an
Accès ouvert Oui (partiel)
ISSN 0022-1007 (papier)
1540-9538 (web)
LCCN 06036096
OCLC 1714712

Journal of Experimental Medicine (abrégé en J. Exp. Med. ou JEM) est une revue scientifique à comité de lecture. Ce mensuel publie des articles de recherches originales concernant la recherche médicale[1]. Les articles de plus de six mois de ce journal sont en libre accès.

D'après le Journal Citation Reports, le facteur d'impact de ce journal était de 14,505 en 2009. Actuellement, la direction de publication est assurée par un panel d'experts internationaux[2].


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