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Each biweekly issue of Circulation Researchexplores some of the most revolutionary research from areas like cellular therapy/stem cells, microRNA biology, development, proteomics, translational research, and more.
With an Impact Factor of 9.489, Circulation Research is ranked 2nd in Peripheral Vascular Disease, 4th in Hematology, and 4th in Cardiac & Cardiovascular Systems subject categories in the 2011 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 2012). It is the #1 journal dedicated to basic cardiovascular research.
Visit the journal online at http://circres.ahajournals.org to see for yourself just how valuable Circulation Research is. "Editor's Picks" articles are freely accessible with every issue as is all content older than 12 months. Online access - via your computer or Internet-enabled smartphone - is included with individual, in-training, or AHA member subscriptions. Access to Circulation Research for the iPad® is also included. The journal's app optimizes the best in digital technology to enhance a print-like reading experience. To learn more, visit http://circres.ahajournals.org/site/misc/ipad.xhtml.
AHA Premium Professional Plus Members receive complete online access to all 11 AHA journals via the AHA Learning Library on My.AmericanHeart.org, plus access to the journals' iPad editions. Premium Professional, Early Career, and Student/Trainee Members have limited access to journals and iPad apps as indicated by selected membership level. Full access options are available for each level of Professional Membership when you join. General Professional Members pay the non-member individual subscriber rate. Visit http://my.americanheart.org/memberbenefits today!
--All original research articles in Circulation Research are now published Online First immediately upon acceptance
--Online archive dating back to the very first issue, published in 1953
--Original Contributions & Short Communications that represent the vanguard of basic & translational cardiovascular research
--New Methods in Cardiovascular Biology describe new and important research tools and techniques with the potential to transform research practice
--Brief UltraRapid Communications present seminal findings that may point to new avenues of research
--Editorials & Commentaries from leading authorities covering work published in Circulation Research and elsewhere
--New Reviews in every issue including thematic series, Methodological & Emerging Science Reviews, and Translational Success Stories
--Sections such as News & Views and Profiles in Cardiovascular Science explore the gamut of cardiovascular research from cutting-edge advances to the foundational pioneers
All non-member individual and in-training print subscriptions include online access at http://circres.ahajournals.org as well as access to the iPad® edition.
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