Thorax online submission

December 2002
Thorax;Dec2002, Vol. 57 Issue 12, p1004
Academic Journal
Provides instructions about the new online submission and review system of manuscripts for the journal "Thorax." Significance of the use of Internet in the submission and review of manuscripts; Graphic formats supported by the journal's online system; Instructions for registering with the system.


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