As a WIREs author:
Your review will be published alongside other world-class contributions from leading researchers in the field.
All WIREs article topics and authors are selected by an internationally renowned Editorial Board, and all content is rigorously peer reviewed by experts.
Your article will have the highest possible visibility and usage.
All WIREs titles will initially be made available for free to online users.
Your review will attract full scientific and professional credit.
The WIREs are serial publications that qualify for full Abstracting and Indexing and an Impact Factor/TRSI Ranking.
How to cite your WIREs article
You can find the Abbreviated Title at the end of your abstract or in the table below.
- WIREs Abbreviated Title Year, Volume: Pages. DOI
Example: WIREs Nanomed Nanobiotechnol 2009, 1: 35-46. doi: 10.1002/wnan.21
- WIREs Abbreviated Title Year. DOI
Example: WIREs Nanomed Nanobiotechnol 2009. doi: 10.1002/wnan.21
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|WIREs Cognitive Science||WIREs Cogn Sci||Download|
|WIREs Computational Molecular Science||WIREs Comput Mol Sci||Download|
|WIREs Computational Statistics||WIREs Comput Stat||Download|
|WIREs Data Mining & Knowledge Discovery||WIREs Data Mining Knowl Discov||Download|
|WIREs Developmental Biology||WIREs Dev Biol||Download|
|WIREs Energy and Environment||WIREs Energy Environ||Download|
|WIREs Membrane Transport and Signaling||WIREs Membr Transp Signal||Download|
|WIREs Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology||WIREs Nanomed Nanobiotechnol||Download|
|WIREs RNA||WIREs RNA||Download|
|WIREs Systems Biology and Medicine||WIREs Syst Biol Med||Download|
|WIREs Water||WIREs Water||Download|
Authors are encouraged to submit proposals for new articles. Please use the appropriate email address above. For an example of how a final article will look, click here.
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- the ability to track your manuscript through the production process to publication,
- email notification when your article is in Early View,
- free access to your article for yourself, corresponding authors, and up to 10 colleagues, and
- a preferential author's discount of 25% on Wiley books.
PubMed Central and OnlineOpen
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