Cell and Tissue Research

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Cell and Tissue Research  
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Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
Cell Tissue Res.
Discipline Cell biology
Language English
Edited by Klaus Unsicker
Publication details
Publication history
Founded 1924
Frequency Quarterly
ISSN 0302-766X (print)
1432-0878 (web)

Cell and Tissue Research presents regular articles and reviews in the areas of molecular, cell, stem cell biology and tissue engineering. In particular, the journal provides a forum for publishing data that analyze the supracellular, integrative actions of gene products and their impact on the formation of tissue structure and function. Articles emphasize structure–function relationships as revealed by recombinant molecular technologies. The coordinating editor of the journal is Klaus Unsicker.[2]

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Areas of research frequently published in Cell & Tissue Research include: neurobiology, neuroendocrinology, endocrinology, reproductive biology, skeletal and immune systems, and development.[3]


The coordinating editor of the journal is Klaus Unsicker, of the University of Heidelberg. Section editors are K. Unsicker, neurobiology/sense organs/endocrinology; M. Furutani-Seiki, Development/growth/regeneration; W.W. Franke, molecular/cell biology; Andreas Oksche and Horst-Werner Korf, neuroendocrinology; T. Pihlajaniemi, extracellular Extracellular matrix; D. Furst, muscle; Joseph Bonventre, kidney and related subjects; P. Sutovsky, reproductive biology; B. Singh, immunology/hematology; and V. Hartenstein, invertebrates.[4]

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