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ACS Macro Letters is now indexed in PubMed

The American Chemical Society is proud to announce that ACS Macro Letters is now indexed by Medline in PubMed, and all corresponding PubMed Central deposited material will be linked to the individual PubMed citation! Moving forward, all articles will be indexed and receive a PMID number, and historical articles are currently in the process of being archived as well.

This milestone confirms the role of ACS Macro Letters as an important part of the polymer science community and increases the outreach of the journal to the allied biological communities of research. It should also represent a validation of the high-quality work coming from our authors, reviewers, and editorial team.

Stuart Rowan

“This is a great milestone for ACS Macro Letters to now be indexed in PubMed Central! We hope this achievement will help us to better serve our biopolymer community and provide greater visibility to our content and authors in the biological research areas related to polymer science. In addition, with the appointment of our new Associate Editor, Prof. Melissa Grunlan of Texas A&M University, in the biomaterials area, ACS Macro Letters continues to support our readers, authors, and reviewers by providing them the premier platform for publishing urgent communications in biomacromolecular and all areas of macromolecular research.” said Editor-In-Chief, Stuart Rowan.

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ACS Macro Letters is the home of high-impact research of broad interest in all areas of polymer science and engineering, including cross-disciplinary research that interfaces with polymer science.

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PubMed Central is a free full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health’s National Library of Medicine.

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