edited by Rogerio A. Lobo, quarterly (1994), bimonthly (1995- ), $150 (institutions), $75 (individuals), New York, NY, Elsevier Science, Jan-Mar 1994-.
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The Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation (JSGI), a peer-reviewed quarterly periodical, serves as the official publication of the society. The journal pursues the mission of "the advancement of knowledge in reproductive biology."
Each issue contains a review article and 10 to 20 original reports. Manuscripts must conform to the uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals. The editors intend to have manuscripts peer reviewed anonymously. Conflict-of-interest issues are resolved between the editor and author to determine proper disclosure. Interestingly, there is no policy for letters to the editor, a desirable feature that facilitates scholarly dialogue among medical scientists. Most articles have statements of approval from institutional research committees or of compliance with animal care standards where applicable. Bimonthly publication, editorial comment, and position papers are options for future development.
Each original report begins with a structured abstract. Thorough descriptions of experimental methods enable readers to repeat tests
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