Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology Research

Frequency: Bimonthly; ISSN- online 2224-6509; The first issue: February, 2012; Full Open Access; Publishing fee

SCOPE: JGHR publish high-quality original articles, reviews, and commentaries in the fields of gastroenterology, hepatology, gastrointestinal molecular biology, gastrointestinal immunology, gastrointestinal microbiology, gastrointestinal genetics, gastrointestinal translational medicine, gastrointestinal diagnostics, and gastrointestinal therapeutics, gastrointestinal endoscopy, gastrointestinal surgery, hepatobiliary surgery, gastrointestinal oncology, gastrointestinal radiation oncology, gastrointestinal imaging, gastrointestinal interventional therapy, gastrointestinal infectious diseases, gastrointestinal pharmacology, gastrointestinal pathophysiology, gastrointestinal pathology, evidence-based medicine in gastroenterology, pancreatology, gastrointestinal laboratory medicine.

MISSION: The mission of the journal is the rapid exchange of scientific information between clinicians and scientists worldwide, seeks to publish papers reporting original clinical and scientific research which are of a high standard and which contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the field of gastroenterology and hepatology.

Indexing/abstracting: Elsevier, Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), Digital Object Identifier (DOI), and Directory of Research Journals Indexing (DRJI),, Open Access Library (USA), InfoBase Index. All papers published in our journal can be searched in Google, Google Scholar.

Editor In Chief
Honghong (Helen) Zhu,
M.D., Ph.D., M.H.S., M.Sc.
Director, Preventive Medicine Institute, USA. More
Editor In Chief
Akira Yagi Ph.D., Emeritus Professor, Fukuyama University, Hiroshima, Japan More
  • Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” Proclaimed nobody less than Hippocrates, the Ancient Greek philosopher and doctor about 460 B.C. And indeed, the daily food intake is the most important exchange of our organism with the environment. Today, we know that the choice of comestible goods is an important contributor to our well-being and that the targeted use of specific nutrients and other bioactive molecules (e.g. secondary plant products) significantly helps in the regulation of metabolic processes in a variety of situations of particular requirements. However, next to a health protective diet, identifying the chemical compounds of a healthy natural food product allows us to characterize those compounds that are potential candidates for a new drugMore

Vol 7, No 3 (2018)

Table of Contents


Zinc Status in Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency: A Systematic Review PDF HTML
Sarah Fast, John V. Logomarsino 2581-2586

Original Article

Descriptive analysis of Infective Colitis in a large hospital cohort: Features in IBD and non-IBD patients PDF HTML
Saqib Mumtaz, Sarah Kelly, Simon Everett 2587-2591
The Association between Blood Pressure Status and Colorectal Polyps in a Taiwanese Population PDF HTML
NAI-YI SHIN, Hung-Yu Chen, Yi-Ching Yang, Feng-Hwa Lu, Hsin-En Huang, Jin-Shang Wu, Chih-Jen Chang 2592-2597
Screening by Chromo Endoscopy for Colorectal Cancer and Dysplasia in Ulcerative Colitis: An Algerian Prospective Cohort PDF HTML
Houria Saoula, Amira Fatema Boutaleb, Zine charaf Amir, Saadi Berkane, Abdelmalek Balamane, Tadjedine Boucekkine, Mhamed Nakmouche 2598-2603
Prevalence of Amebiasis among Histologically confirmed colitis patients PDF HTML
Rasha Ibrahim Salama, Mohamed H Emara, Ibrahim Amer, Shimma Elsharawy 2604-2608
Prevalence of Celiac Disease in Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Northeastern Brazil PDF HTML
Bernardo Times Carvalho, Valeria Martinelli, Contancia Constant, Eduardo Sampaio Siqueira 2609-2611

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ISSN: 2224-6509