EDITORIAL: How Gut handles your manuscript

Spiller, Robin
December 2005
Gut;Dec2005, Vol. 54 Issue 12, p1667
Academic Journal
This article presents information about the December 2005 issue of the journal "Gut." It is informed that the journal has embarked on a series of changes designed to encourage authors to consider "Gut" as the best vehicle for disseminating their original ideas. Three years ago, the journal converted to an all electronic submission process which has markedly speeded up the submission and review process. One unintended result has been to also increase the number of submissions substantially, meaning that the proportion of acceptances has fallen to around 1 in 6.


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