Scholarly Liver Journals
Scholarly Journals are periodicals with a limited number of issues per year. Scholarly Journals are those which are respected for the research and information they provide about the topic they cover. They are written by and for people who have experience in a discipline or field. Scholarly Journals aim to inform and report on original research or experimentation to the rest of the scholarly world. Scholarly articles are sometimes referred to as refereed or peer reviewed. Scholarly journals are usually published by academic organizations. The liver supports almost every organ in the body. Liver is prone to several diseases due to its strategic location and multidimensional functions. The liver is the largest glandular organ in the body and performs many vital functions to keep the body pure of toxins and harmful substances. The liver is considered a gland-an organ that secretes chemicals because it produces bile, a substance needed to digest fats. Bile’s salts break up fat into smaller pieces so it can be absorbed more easily in the small intestine. Scholarly liver journals include original research articles citing the source in the discipline of liver research. The majority of scholarly liver journals follow the peer-review process duly prior to publication. These journals provide scholarly communication between liver researchers. The Journal of Liver: Disease & Transplantation addresses both the liver pathology and liver transplantation. JLDT stands among the liver journals in the globe. The major areas of journal include advances in liver diseases, liver trauma, portal hypertension and pediatric liver tumors, metabolic and genetic liver diseases, autoimmune liver diseases, liver transplantation and techniques, surgical complications and transplantation outcomes. The Journal is using quality and standard peer review process for its paper publications. It is also using online manuscript submission and manuscript tracking systems.