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Fernando Alfonso; Lino Gonçalves; Fausto J. Pinto; Adam Timmis; H. Ector; Giuseppe Ambrosio; Panos Vardas;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2013 Journal: Russian Journal of Cardiology (issn: 1560-4071, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Silicea - Poligraf, LLC
  • Country: Switzerland
The National Society Cardiovascular Journals (NSCJs) of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) are high-quality biomedical journals devoted to publishing original research and educative material on cardiovascular diseases.1–3 These journals officially belong to the corresponding ESC national societies. Many of them have achieved major international recognition, are included in most important bibliometric databases, and have made major scientific impact.1–5 Some NSCJs offer full-text English content and are freely available in electronic editions. However, NSCJs are largely heterogeneous and some of them are only published in local languages with a limited visi...
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