(outside North America: http://intl-joe.endocrinology-journals.org)
Online ISSN: 1479-6805
Print ISSN: 0022-0795
The Society for Endocrinology is pleased to announce that the full text of their journals
Journal of Endocrinology
Journal of Molecular Endocrinology
are now available online with revised site designs at
Many readers in Europe and Asia may find faster access at the URL
The move to HighWire means that readers will now enjoy greatly improved online functionality.
Journal of Endocrinology provides a wide coverage of research in all aspects of endocrinology. It is in the top ranks of global endocrine journals and publishes high quality, leading-edge research from all over the world. The readership of the journal is worldwide, with 40% of readers in North America. Most issues contain a review article or commentary on a topical subject. These have been well received and are highly cited. There is also a fast-track rapid communications system which means that exceptional papers can be published in as little as six weeks from receipt. Journal of Endocrinology is published monthly and the online edition contains the full content of each issue of the journal, beginning with the September 1997 issue (Volume 154, Issue 3).
Key features of all the journals online now include the following:
- Toll-free reference linking with other highly cited journals
- Rich reference linking to journals on PubMed and CrossRef
- "This article has be cited by?" links to/from other journals
- Richly structured HTML full text
- Personalized Cite-Track research alerting
- An eTOC service to alert readers to new online issues
- Keyword searching
- Browsing archive issues back to at least 1998
Each issue will be placed online approximately on the date it is mailed to subscribers; therefore the online site will be available prior to receipt of your paper copies. Online readers may want to sign up for the eTOCs (electronic Table of Contents) service, which will deliver each new issue's table of contents via email. The web sites also provide access to information about the journals, such as Instructions to Authors and subscription information.
The journals are currently available on a free trial basis until 31 March 2005; subsequent to the trial, access to the full text of articles will be available to all institutional subscribers. Review and Commentary articles will be free to all in each of these three journals. All other access (e.g., to abstracts, eTOCs, searching, Instructions to Authors) will remain freely available.
John Sack, Director,
HighWire Press, Stanford University