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Journal of Physiology and Experimental Physiology

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Wiley-Blackwell has renewed its publishing relationship with the Physiological Society for the Journal of Physiology and Experimental Physiology.

'We have built a strong working relationship with our team at Wiley-Blackwell, and renewing our publishing agreement on terms that help support the future of the society makes sense. All of the key indicators, including usage, accessibility and impact factors, suggest a positive future for both journals and validate our decision to extend the relationship,' said Michael Collis, chief executive of the Physiological Society.