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Current Special Issues open for submission



Prof. Dr. Nicole Endlich, Institute for Anatomy and Cell Biology, Greifswald University, Greifswald, Germany

is supporting us as a guest editor on a special issue on:

“Podocytes: Latest news and perspectives of a fascinating cell type”.


If you are interested to contribute to this special issue, please send a cover letter and your manuscript to submission@cellphysiolbiochem.com




Prof. Deanne Skelly, School of Environment and Science - Bioscience, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia

is supporting us as a guest editor on a special issue on:

“Cannabinoid Signalling in Physiology and Pathophysiology”.

The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is an ubiquitous lipid signalling system that plays a role in homeostasis throughout the body. Recent advances have led to the development of tools that can be used to study the physiological roles of the ECS and the potential of the ECS to be targeted in pathophysiological conditions such as chronic pain, metabolism and obesity, epilepsy and inflammation.
This Special issue aims at expanding the current knowledge on the ECS in both physiological and pathological conditions. Novel experimental studies using in vitro or in vivo models, review articles consolidating recent advances, and clinical studies are welcome for consideration.


If you are interested to contribute to this special issue, please send a cover letter and your manuscript to submission@cellphysiolbiochem.com




Prof. Mario Allegra & Dr. Ignazio Restivo, University of Palermo, Department of Biological, Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technologies, Palermo, Italy

are supporting us as guest editors on a special issue on:

“Micronutrients and Oxidative Stress”.

Reactive oxygen and nitrogen species are now acknowledged to play a key role in maintaining cellular and tissue physiology. At the same time, though, they can activate redox-dependent, signal transduction pathways involved in the development of a wide range of inflammatory and degenerative pathologies. Along these lines, a plethora of micronutrients with peculiar reducing properties have been recently shown to regulate cellular homeostasis effectively. First considered ‘health-promoting’ by virtue of their radical-scavenging activity and/or direct antioxidant effects on cellular biomolecules, such compounds are now believed to interfere with cellular signalling by intercepting reactive species at the level of critical redox-dependent pathways. Contributions are invited from investigators worldwide in the form of reviews or original research articles on the anti-oxidative effects and mechanisms through which micronutrients exert a positive impact on human health.


If you are interested to contribute to this special issue, please send a cover letter and your manuscript to submission@cellphysiolbiochem.com



Prof. Dr. Markus Ritter, Institute for Physiology and Pathophysiology at the Paracelsus University Salzburg, Austria

is supporting us as a guest editor on a special issue on:

“Mechanisms and Functional Significance of Cell Volume Regulation”.

Cell Volume Regulation is a fundamental biological principle that applies to virtually all living matter. The underlying molecules and mechanisms that serve to tightly adjust the volume of a cell to its given needs and the functional sequel arising thereof have been intensively investigated. The body of knowledge arising from this research is impressively growing and extends to all fields of biomedical research and beyond.


If you are interested to contribute to this special issue, please send a cover letter and your manuscript to submission@cellphysiolbiochem.com




Prof. Dr. Guiscard Seebohm, Institute for Genetics of Heart Diseases (IfGH), Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, University Hospital Muenster, Germany

is supporting us as a guest editor on a special issue on:

“Ion Channel Pharmacology”.


If you are interested to contribute to this special issue, please send a cover letter and your manuscript to submission@cellphysiolbiochem.com




Assoc. Prof. Cornelia Braicu & Prof. Ioana Berindan-Neagoe, Research Center for Functional Genomic, Biomedicine and Translational Medicine, Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

are supporting us as guest editors on a special issue on:

“Molecular Mechanisms of Cancer Pathogenesis”.

Cancer is a disease of the genome, arising from DNA alterations that dysregulate coding and non-coding genes. Unraveling the cancer pathogenesis and the complex interconnected signaling pathways have important implication on identification of new therapeutic targets and the development of novel biomarkers for diagnostic and/or prognostic. In this Special Issue, we intend to highlight key molecular mechanisms required for malignancy, emphasis the interconnection among the oncogenic signaling, leading to the identification of key ‘cancer genes’ that affect those pathways, being a starting point for new targeted therapies.


If you are interested to contribute to this special issue, please send a cover letter and your manuscript to submission@cellphysiolbiochem.com


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Scope & Aims

Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry is a multidisciplinary scientific forum dedicated to advancing the frontiers of basic cellular research. It addresses scientists from both the physiological and biochemical disciplines as well as related fields such as genetics, molecular biology, pathophysiology, pathobiochemistry and cellular toxicology & pharmacology. Original papers and reviews on the mechanisms of intracellular transmission, cellular metabolism, cell growth, differentiation and death, ion channels and carriers, and the maintenance, regulation and disturbances of cell volume are presented. Appearing monthly under peer review, Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry takes an active role in the concerted international effort to unravel the mechanisms of cellular function.


Bibliographic Details

Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry

Journal Abbreviation: Cell Physiol Biochem

ISSN: 1015-8987 (Print)

e-ISSN: 1421-9778 (Online)

Cell Physiol Biochem publishes at least 6 issues per year.


Indexing


Source Scimagojr1 Scopus
Year 2 year cites/document 3 year cites/document 4 year cites/document CiteScore*
2020 5.14 5.38 5.07 11.70
2019 4.64 4.53 4.44 8.00
2018 5.11 4.85 4.56 4.81
2017 5.43 4.96 4.65 4.83
2016 5.45 4.97 4.57 4.80

*According to Scopus, the journal ranks #16 out of 169 Physiology journals

1SCImago, (n.d.). SJR - SCImago Journal & Country Rank [Portal]. 03.06.2021, from https://www.scimagojr.com

SCImago Journal & Country Rank


Pubmed | US National Library of Medicine

MEDLINE | US National Library of Medicine

Scopus | Elsevier

Embase | Elsevier

Pathway Studio | Elsevier

CABS | Elsevier

Academic Search | EBSCO

STM Source | EBSCO

Food Science and Technology Abstracts | EBSCO

WorldCat | OCLC

Google Scholar | Google

Chemical Abstracts Service | American Chemical Society

DOAJ | Directory of Open Access Journals