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​​​​​​​​​​​Transplantation® Direct is indexed on DOAJ and PubMed Central

In conjunction with the Editor-in-Chief, Jeremy R. Chapman, AC, MD, FRCP, FRACP, and the Executive Editor, Edward K. Geissler, PhD, The Transplantation Society and Wolters Kluwer are delighted to announce that Transplantation Direct is indexed by The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and PubMed Central®​ (PMC).

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All published papers dating back to Volume 1 Issue 1 have been retrospectively indexed on PMC to allow all Transplantation Direct content to be available and fully searchable on PMC's online platform.

​​​​​​​Transplantation® Direct's 2020 CiteScore

CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (2017-20) to peer reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, book chapters and data papers) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the numbers of these documents in the same four years (e.g. 2017-20). SCOPUS Source Data, 2021. 


We would like to thank all authors who have submitted their work to the journal and have contributed to its continuing success and growth.

Impact of Subclinical and Clinical Kidney Allograft Rejection Within 1 Year Posttransplantation Among Compatible Transplant With Steroid Withdrawal Protocol

Owoyemi, Itunu; Tandukar, Srijan; Jorgensen, Dana R.; More

Transplantation Direct. 7(7):e706, July 2021.

A Combined microRNA and Chemokine Profile in Urine to Identify Rejection After Kidney Transplantation

Gielis, Els M.; Anholts, Jacqueline D.H.; van Beelen, Els; More

Transplantation Direct. 7(7):e711, July 2021.

“Raising HOPE”: Improved Outcomes for HIV/HCV-coinfected Liver Transplant Recipients in the Direct-acting Antiviral Era

Cotter, Thomas G.; Wang, Jennifer; Lieber, Sarah R.; More

Transplantation Direct. 7(7):e707, July 2021.

Renal Protective Effect of Everolimus in Liver Transplantation: A Prospective Randomized Open-Label Trial

Kadry, Zakiyah; Stine, Jonathan G.; Dohi, Takehiko; More

Transplantation Direct. 7(7):e709, July 2021.

Machine Perfusion of Donation After Circulatory Death Liver and Lungs Before Combined Liver-lung Transplantation

van Leeuwen, Otto B.; Brüggenwirth, Isabel M.A.; de Kleine, Ruben H.J.; More

Transplantation Direct. 7(7):e718, July 2021.

Kidney Transplant Recipient Attitudes Toward a SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine

Ou, Michael T.; Boyarsky, Brian J.; Zeiser, Laura B.; More

Transplantation Direct. 7(7):e713, July 2021.