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Physics - Biophysics & Biological Physics | Journal of Biorheology โ€“ incl. option to publish open access (Societies)

Journal of Biorheology

Journal of Biorheology

Editor-in-Chief: Toshiro Ohashi

ISSN: 1867-0466 (print version)
ISSN: 1867-0474 (electronic version)

Journal no. 12573

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The Japanese Society of Biorheology  

The Japanese Society of Biorheology was established in 1977. Biorheology covers the science and application of the deformation and flow properties of biological materials including food materials. It also has strong ties to medicine, as in the biorheological analysis of pathological processes and their clinical implications, including basic clinical research on hemodynamics and hemorheology. The aim of the society is to contribute to the development of biorheology-related fields by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas among professionals from multidisciplinary fields.

 

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    The Journal of Biorheology, the official journal of the Japanese Society of Biorheology, is an international journal covering the science and application of the deformation and flow properties of biological materials, including food materials. The aim of the journal is to provide a peer-reviewed forum for the publication of original papers and authoritative review papers dealing with the dynamics of physiological processes at all levels of organization, from organs to the molecular level. The scope of the journal covers the basic science and its applications in the broad field of biorheology: the rheology of macromolecules, cell rheology, tissue and organ rheology, and food rheology. The Journal of Biorheology accepts original articles, brief communications, and review articles. The editors encourage the submission of biorheological analysis of pathological processes and their clinical implications, including basic clinical research on hemodynamics and hemorheology. Also highly welcome are translational clinical studies and scientific research between the fields of engineering and medicine.

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