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2019 Impact Factor 1.204
Fly is the first international peer-reviewed journal to focus on Drosophila research. Fly covers a broad range of biological sub-disciplines, ranging from developmental biology and organogenesis to sensory neurobiology, circadian rhythm and learning and memory, to sex determination, evolutionary biology and speciation.
Small GTPases have emerged as key signal transducing proteins involved in every facet of cell and organismal biology. To reflect their prominence in health and disease, the journal Small GTPases aims to be a dedicated forum for the sharing of information at the forefront of the field, covering a broad range of research including cell and in vivo biology, structural studies, biochemistry, and drug discovery.
Journal of Histotechnology
2019 Impact Factor 0.343
The official journal of the National Society for Histotechnology, Journal of Histotechnology, aims to advance the understanding of complex biological systems and improve patient care by applying histotechniques to diagnose, prevent and treat diseases.
Transcription covers all aspects of transcription from biochemical and molecular approaches to cellular, structural, and evolutionary views. In addition to papers that use conventional strategies to study both prokaryotic and eukaryotic transcription, the journal welcomes manuscripts dealing with genome-wide analyses, single molecule and biophysical studies, protein structure, imaging and systems biology.
Connective Tissue Research
2019 Impact Factor 2.795
Connective Tissue Research presents original and significant research in all basic areas of connective tissue and matrix biology,. It providing topical reviews and, on occasion, the proceedings of conferences in areas of special interest at which original work is presented.
2019 Impact Factor 9.770
Autophagy publishes peer-reviewed research on all aspects of autophagic processes. The aim of Autophagy is to be the premiere journal publishing high quality papers in the field which has advanced tremendously, due in large part to the multiple connections between autophagy and various aspects of human health and disease.
Biotechnic & Histochemistry
2019 Impact Factor 1.203
The official journal of the Biological Stain Commision, Biotechnic & Histochemistry is an interdisciplinary journal that embraces all aspects of techniques for visualizing biological processes and entities in cells, tissues and organisms; papers that describe experimental work that employs such investigative methods are appropriate for publication as well.
2019 Impact Factor 4.251
Epigenetics publishes international research into heritable changes in gene expression caused by mechanisms other than the modification of the DNA sequence. The aim of Epigenetics is to provide an unprecedented forum where epigenetic mechanisms and their role in diverse biological processes can be revealed, shared and discussed.
Temperature is a unique peer-reviewed physiological journal with an international audience. It welcomes research papers broadly related to interactions between living matter and temperature. The journal's logo is "Temperature is life." While the primary focus is on the medical physiology of body temperature regulation, research in all scientific disciplines and at all levels of organization - from submolecular to biospheric - is of interest to the journal.
2019 Impact Factor 3.669
Cell Cycle covers all topics from yeast to man, from DNA to function, from development to aging, from stem cells to cell senescence, from metabolism to cell death, from cancer to neurobiology, from molecular biology to therapeutics. Our goal is fast publication of outstanding research.