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Magnetic Resonance Insights

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Editor in Chief: Sendhil Velan

Aims & Scope: Magnetic Resonance Insights is an international, open access peer reviewed journal which covers all... more

Indexing & Databases: Chemical Abstracts Service, Chinese Electronic Periodical Service, Directory of Open Access Journals, EBSCO Academic Search Complete, Gale Academic OneFile, Gale Health Reference Centre, Gale InfoTrac Custom Journals, Index Copernicus, OAlster, ProQuest SciTech, ProQuest Technology, Socolar

Journal Directories: Academic Journals Database, EBSCO A-Z, HINARI, JournalSeek, JournalTOCs, OAJSE, Scirus, Ulrich's Periodicals

Processing Speed: Blind peer review by minimum of two expert reviewers and independent editorial decision within three to four weeks. Publication within average four weeks following acceptance.

ISSN: 1178-623X



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It was a pleasure to work with your editorial board.  Responses were extremely rapid and very useful.  You must be the most e-literate journal with which I have interacted with, and that is many, including the big guys.  I am proud to have our  review published in Magnetic Resonance Insights.
Dr Ian CP Smith (Innovative Biodiagnostics Inc., Winnipeg, Canada)
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