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Current Volume 53:

Special Issue

Now available:
Kv1.3-Induced Death of Lymphoma Cells

Bergermann FT. et al.
in Cell Physiol Biochem 2019;53(S1):1-10


Issue 6

Hydroxytyrosol Prevents Lysophosphatidic Acid-Induced Eryptosis

Tortora F. et al. in Cell Physiol Biochem 2019;53:921-932


Issue 5

Uremia and Hypoxia Independently Induce Eryptosis and Erythrocyte Redox Imbalance.

Tozoni S. et al. in Cell Physiol Biochem 2019;53:794-804


Issue 4

Beneficial Effects of Low Frequency Vibration on Human Chondrocytes in Vitro.

Lützenberg R. et al. Cell Physiol Biochem 2019;53:623-637.


Issue 3

From Figure 5: The uric acid binding site of hGLUT9a.

Lüscher B. et al. Cell Physiol Biochem 2019;53;508-517


Issue 2

From Figure 5: Representative docking pictures of glycomimetic (A) C2 and (B) C4 in the HGF-heparan sulfate binding site (PDB: 1GMN).

Mahmoud A. M. et al. Cell Physiol Biochem 2019;53;323-336


Issue 1

From Figure 5: Effect of CVB3 on mitochondria. Expression of CVB3 genome in murine cardiac tissue results in tissue damage.

Peischard S. et al. Cell Physiol Biochem 2019;53;121-140


Recently published: Volume 52

Issue 4

From Figure 2: Conditioned media from MIO-M1 cells exposed to 1% O2 hypoxia 48 hours (H) stimulated HRMECs tube formation compared to 20% O2 normoxic condition (N) (n=12 per group). The total length of tubes decreased by pretreatment with digoxin (H+D).

Ou K. et al. Cell Physiol Biochem 2019;52;668-680


Issue 5

From Figure 8: Representative image of primary microglial cells showing attached (one example is shown with an arrow) as well as engulfed (one example is shown with an arrowhead) microspheres.

Kittl M. et al. Cell Physiol Biochem 2019;52;951-969


Issue 6

From Figure 1: Generation of in vitrogrown micro-tissues for cardiac cell replacement therapy.

Sahito R. et al. Cell Physiol Biochem 2019;52;1325-1338


Issue 1

Substance P (SP) treatments markedly improved cardiac function by reducing the infarct size and fibrosis
after permanent ligation of the left anterior descending (LAD) artery.

Hong H.S. et al. Cell Physiol Biochem 2019;52;40-56


Issue 2

The side view of the hKv1.5 channel pore region with verapamil binding at the lowest free energy of binding.

Ding W.G. et al. Cell Physiol Biochem 2019;52;302-314


Issue 3

From Figure 1: Elamipretide improves stenotic kidney (STK) function and blunts fibrosis.

Kim S.R. et al. Cell Physiol Biochem 2019;52;617-632


Message of the new Editor-in-Chief

With great excitement I am very happy to serve as Editor in Chief for Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry, a leading journal disseminating scientific knowledge on cellular, molecular and biomedical functions and dysfunctions since 28 years. I am looking forward to serve the community with scientifically outstanding manuscripts reporting novel discoveries in this fundamental area of medical research. We welcome authors from all parts of the world to consider the journal as the prime platform of their experimental data and scientific communications. With careful, fast and fair peer review we shall secure highest scientific standards of published papers.

Erich Gulbins

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.


Source Scimagojr1 Scopus
Year 2 year cites/document 3 year cites/document 4 year cites/document CiteScore*
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
2015 4.99 4.46 4.18 4.24
2014 3.15 3.28 3.19 3.03

*According to Scopus, the journal ranks 20 out of 167 Physiology journals

1SCImago, (n.d.). SJR - SCImago Journal & Country Rank [Portal]. 12.06.2019, from

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

Web of Science | Clarivate Analytics (until Volume 51/2018)

Science Citation Index | Clarivate Analytics (until Volume 51/2018)

Science Citation Index Expanded | Clarivate Analytics (until Volume 51/2018)

Current Contents - Life Sciences | Clarivate Analytics (until Volume 51/2018)