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Gregory J. Gores



Ranking: 6/93 (Gastroenterology & Hepatology) 

The premier publication in the field of liver disease, HEPATOLOGY publishes original, peer-reviewed articles concerning all aspects of liver structure, function and disease.



Clinical Liver Disease​​

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Nancy Reau



Clinical Liver Disease is a free access multimedia review journal that aims to provide education for clinicians diagnosing and managing patients with liver disease.

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Liver Transplantation

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Robert S. Brown, Jr





Ranking: 28/93 (Gastroenterology & Hepatology); 19/214 (Surgery); 4/26 (Transplantation)

Liver Transplantation delivers current, peer-reviewed articles on liver transplantation, liver surgery, and chronic liver disease — the information necessary to keep abreast of this evolving specialty.

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Hepatology Communications

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Gyongyi Szabo


Hepatology Communications is a peer-reviewed, online-only, open access journal for fast dissemination of high quality basic, translational, and clinical research in hepatology.

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