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Hypertension Research

Hypertension Research

Hypertension Research

Springer Nature

English/A4 (international) / monthly

Contents

Hypertension Research, an official journal of Japanese Society of Hypertension (JSH), publishes scientific investigations of high quality in the field of clinical and basic research of hypertension as original articles, reviews or editorial comments. Hypertension Research is an international scientific journal published by Springer Nature and its 2011 Impact Factor is 2.576 ranking among the top journal in the field of hypertension research. Hypertension Research also presents the best and the two outstanding researchers with JSH Novartis Award to incentivize the investigation of hypertension.

Online Submissions

To submit your original or revised manuscript online, please go to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/htr.
The authors should refer to "Guide for AuthorsPDF" before submission.

Hypertension Research Online Submission

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