The tools below could help you to identify journals that might be interested in publishing your article. You will need to enter a title and a description (abstract) of your paper in order to receive a list of suggestions.
Enter a description or an abstract of your article, the system would find possible journals that have published relevant papers. It searches over 28,652 journals. Edanz is a company established in Japan. It helps researchers publish in international journals.
The Journal Finder uses smart search technology and field-of-research specific vocabularies to match your article to Elsevier journals. It searches among more than 2,500 journals published by Elsevier.
This is supported by the Biosematics Group; created and maintained by Martijn Schuemie. The system would match the information you entered with the journals in PubMed. Please note that this tool doesn't search for journals outside the collection of PubMed.
This tool is only available to Endnote users. It is similar to other tools of this type, you enter key pieces of information of your article, such as manuscript title, abstract; and then your will receive a suggested list of options to submit your manuscript.