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About Adipocyte

Adipocyte is an open access journal about the adipose tissue, the largest endocrine organ in the body, exploring the link between dysfunctional adipose tissue and the growing number of chronic diseases including diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease and cancer. Historically, the primary function of the adipose tissue was limited to energy storage and thermoregulation. However, over the past 3 years, a plethora of research has recognised the dynamic role of the adipose tissue and its contribution to a variety of physiological processes. These include reproduction, angiogenesis, apoptosis, inflammation, blood pressure, coagulation, fibrinolysis, immunity and general metabolic homeostasis. The field of Adipose Tissue research has grown tremendously, and Adipocyte is the first international peer-reviewed journal of its kind providing a multi-disciplinary forum for research focusing exclusively on all aspects of adipose tissue physiology and pathophysiology. Adipocyte accepts high-profile submissions in basic, translational and clinical research. 

5 Reasons to publish in Adipocyte

  1. Adipocyte has a 2018 Impact Factor 3.533

  2. Abstracted and indexed in PubMed Central, DOAJ and more

  3. Your research will benefit from increased readership through open access publishing

  4. Impact beyond academia: Your article will be made freely and permanently available online to all

  5. All research articles undergo comprehensive single-blind peer-review.

Explore the most-read articles from Adipocyte

Article Author
Is immunity a mechanism contributing to statin-induced diabetes?Brandyn D Henriksbo & Jonathan D Schertzer
Fatty acid metabolism and the basis of brown adipose tissue functionMaría Calderon-Dominguez, Joan F. Mir, Raquel Fucho et al.
High-fat diet-induced obesity Rat model: a comparison between Wistar and Sprague-Dawley RatCláudia Marques, Manuela Meireles, Sónia Norberto et al.
Propionic acid and butyric acid inhibit lipolysis and de novo lipogenesis and increase insulin-stimulated glucose uptake in primary rat adipocytesEmilia Heimann, Margareta Nyman & Eva Degerman

Why publish open access?


Open Access (OA) means your research is free to access online as soon as it is published, meaning anyone can read (and cite) your work. Increase readership, impact beyond your field, and retain the copyright to your article.

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