Neural Regeneration Research (NRR) is an international first-class academic journal published in the international language of English on the field of neuroregeneration.
Neural Regeneration Research (NRR, CN11-5422/R, ISSN 1675-5374) is supervised by the Ministry of Health, and sponsored by the Chinese Association of Rehabilitation Medicine and the Editorial Board of Neural Regeneration Research. The electronic edition of NRR is published by Elsevier Pte Ltd（Singapore）. The monthly journal is distributed worldwide.
The review committee has academic authority and consists of sixty-five international reviewers from thirteen countries. With the help of these experts, we guarantee that the process of peer review is objective, fair, normative and timely. Within 20 days after your submission, peer reviewers are randomly selected to review your article. If your article is accepted, it will be published within 120-150 days.
NRR reports innovative researche--on injury repair and regeneration of the central and peripheral nerves.
NRR’s readers are mainly scholars and researchers who are engaged in neurobiology, neurosurgery and other relevant clinical fields of neurology.
NRR has good international influence. Since publication, the journal has been indexed by:
Science Direct on Site (SDOC) database of Elsevier Science Publisher (Online reading available after 1 week for paper published)
Chemical Abstracts (CA)
Excerpta Medica (EM)
Index Copernicus (IC)
Database of Chinese Scientific and Technical Periodicals
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