Editorial Manager System for online manuscript submission to Archives of Toxicology.
Arch Toxicol (2009) 83:3
Editorial Manager System for online manuscript submission
to Archives of Toxicology
Jan G. Hengstler · Hermann M. Bolt ·
Published online: 4 December 2008
© Springer-Verlag 2008
EVective 10 December 2008, Archives of Toxicology will
introduce a new electronic manuscript submission and
tracking system (http://www.editorialmanager.com/atox).
All authors are requested to submit their manuscripts using
this Editorial Manager System. This system will be avail-
able to all individuals involved in the editorial process
(editors, referees and secretarial managers).
The Editorial Manager System has several advantages
over the current method of submission in that it is faster,
more eYcient and provides step-by-step instructions, mak-
ing the submission and review processes more straightfor-
ward. Additional beneWts of this system include:
• Worldwide accessibility: once an internet connection is
available, submissions and revisions can be made.
• Peer-review process and availability for publication are
faster: because all individuals involved have access to
the same online system, information is more readily
available to all.
• Secure data: all data are stored on a central server which
is routinely backed-up, thus minimizing loss of data.
For additional information and to submit your article
online, please visit the Springer homepage at: http://www.
springeronline.com and follow the “Online Submission”
link. We thank you for your submissions in the past and
look forward to your future articles using our new Editorial
J. G. Hengstler (&) · H. M. Bolt · R. Marchan
Leibniz-Institut für Arbeitsforschung an der TU Dortmund,
Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human
Factors (IfADo), Ardeystrasse 67, 44139 Dortmund, Germany