Publishing with Physiological Reports
Physiological Reports is an online only, open access journal that will publish peer-reviewed research across all areas of basic, translational and clinical physiology and allied disciplines. Physiological Reports is a collaboration between The Physiological Society and the American Physiological Society, and is therefore in a unique position to serve the international physiology community through quick time to publication while upholding a quality standard of sound research that constitutes a useful contribution to the field.
Papers will be accepted solely on the basis of scientific rigor, adherence to technical and ethical standards, and evidence that the study is sufficiently well-conceived and the data support the conclusions.
All articles published by Physiological Reports are fully open access: immediately freely available to read, download and share. To cover the cost of publishing, Physiological Reports charges a publication fee.
Reasons to publish with Physiological Reports:
• A unique collaboration between The Physiological Society and the American Physiological Society
• High standard, rigorous peer review
• Rapid publication
• Open Access – published articles are licensed under Creative Commons and authors are the copyright holder
• Compliant with open access mandates
• Wide dissemination
• Promotion and publicity of quality research
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Manuscript Transfer Program
Physiological Reports is supported by other journals published by The Physiological Society and the American Physiological Society. After review in a supporting journal, rejected articles of suitable quality can be identified by the Editor as candidates for publication in Physiological Reports. Authors will have the option to transfer their manuscript to Physiological Reports and complete the submission process. The Physiological Reports editors will then undertake further evaluation. Importantly, authors will not need to make any changes to their manuscript at this stage. Authors should note that decision letters and referees’ comments are transferred to the editor of Physiological Reports along with the manuscript. The Physiological Reports editors will take the previous reviews into account when making their decision, although in some cases the editors may choose to take advice from additional referees. For a list of The Physiological Society and the American Physiological Society journals that support and participate in the Manuscript Transfer program for Physiological Reports click here.
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Physiological Reports has published its latest podcast!
Physiological Reports - Author Podcast 12, Dr. Erika I. Boesen
Please join Deputy Editor, Tom Kleyman and Erika Boesen as they discuss a recently published manuscript by Dr. Boesen entitled "Lack of an apparent role for endothelin-1 in the prolonged reduction in renal perfusion following severe unilateral ischemia-reperfusion injury in the mouse”.
Author Podcast 11 Dr. Mathew Piasecki
Author Podcast 10 Dr. Rachel Drew
Author Podcast 9 Dr. Maureen Gannon
Author Podcast 8 Dr. Matthew Muller
Author Podcast 7 Dr. Lori Bogren
Author Podcast 6 Dr. Jun Sun
Author Podcast 5 Scott Stephens and Mahendra Damarla
Author Podcast 4 Judy Blaine
Author Podcast 3 Don Kohan
Author Podcast 2 Jonathan Street
Author Podcast 1 Chet Ray
Real‐time imaging of sodium glucose transporter (SGLT1) trafficking and activity in single cells
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Inactivation of GIRK channels weakens the pre‐ and postsynaptic inhibitory activity in dorsal raphe neurons
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Fasting increases the phosphorylation of AMPK and expression of sirtuin1 in muscle of adult male northern elephant seals (Mirounga angustirostris)
Debby Lee, Bridget Martinez, Daniel E. Crocker, Rudy M. Ortiz
Survival and growth of C57BL/6J mice lacking the BK channel, Kcnma1: lower adult body weight occurs together with higher body fat
Susan T. Halm, Michael A. Bottomley, Mohammed M. Almutairi, Maurico Di Fulvio, Dan R. Halm