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The scope of the British Journal of Nutrition

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1Calder, PC (2011) More citations, but a fall in impact factor. Br J Nutr 106, 789792.
2Calder, PC (2012) Record citations in 2011 contribute to maintenance of the impact factor of BJN. Br J Nutr 108, 759761.
3Calder, PC (2009) BJN to publish more issues and more papers in 2009. Br J Nutr 101, 1.
4Calder, PC (2012) BJN gets a new sister! Br J Nutr 107, 1561.
5Calder, PC (2012) The Nutrition Society fully engages with the open access model of publishing: Journal of Nutritional Science. J Nutr Sci 1, e1.
6Calder, PC (2010) Is the demographic of British Journal of Nutrition authors changing? Br J Nutr 103, 13891390.
7Calder, PC (2009) Who should be an author? Br J Nutr 101, 775.
8Calder, PC (2009) Participating in peer review is both a privilege and a professional duty. Br J Nutr 102, 12.
9Calder, PC (2008) Increasing transparency in the British Journal of Nutrition. Br J Nutr 99, 217218.
10Drummond, GB, Paterson, DJ, McLoughlin, P, et al. (2011) Statistics: all together now, one step at a time. Br J Nutr 105, 12851286.
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British Journal of Nutrition
  • ISSN: 0007-1145
  • EISSN: 1475-2662
  • URL: /core/journals/british-journal-of-nutrition
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