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International Journal of Nutrology

 
Aim & Scope

International Journal of Nutrology (IJN) aims to publish a wide range of articles that describe scientific mechanisms, efficacy, and safety of dietary interventions in the context of disease prevention and health benefits. Public health and epidemiologic studies relevant to human nutrition, and investigations that employ epigenetic, genomic, proteomic, and metabolomic approaches are encouraged. The journal publishes human and animal studies, and accepts original articles, review articles, case reports and letters to the Editor. All submissions are peer reviewed.

IJN also publishes supplements. The symposium organizer needs to provide the topic and content of the symposium to the Editorial Office, including title, location, and date of the meeting; the names and affiliations of potential Guest Editors; the sponsor(s) of the meeting; the sponsor(s) of the publication; and the program from the meeting along with the names of the speakers. The individual articles will be submitted to anonymous peer review of each article. To be considered for publication, supplement articles must be received within 3 months of each symposium or workshop. Each manuscript should not exceed 6.500 words, exclusive of tables, figures, and references; it must follow the IJN style and format and will be reviewed according to the same scientific standards used to evaluate original research articles.

Journal Description

Title: International Journal of Nutrology
E-ISSN: 2595-2854
P-ISSN: 1984-3011
Journal Abbreviation: IJN
Publication language: English
Publishing frequency: Quarterly
DOI Prefix: 10.54448

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