Physiological Reviews (PRV) contains invited critical reviews of physiological topics as well as reviews in biochemistry, nutrition, general physiology, biophysics, and neuroscience. Reviews are invited from leading scientists worldwide by an American Editorial Board and a European Editorial Committee.
Physiological Reviews has the highest impact factor (26.866) in the Thomson Reuters physiology category, ranking number 1 among all physiology journals.
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Cover: Paracrine hormones, released from the vascular endothelium in response to shear stress, impact on the subintimal space and vascular smooth muscle cell function. Artwork by Paul Ricketts. See Green, Daniel J., Maria T. E. Hopman, Jaume Padilla, M. Harold Laughlin, and Dick H. J. Thijssen. Physiol Rev 97: 495–527, 2017.