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sábado, 9 de noviembre de 2013

"Carcinogenesis", Special Topic Issue in Archives in Cancer Research


Call for Papers: 

"Carcinogenesis", Special Topic Issue in Archives in Cancer Research

It is my pleasure to let you know I have been designated as Guest Editor to edit an special topic issue in Archives in Cancer Research (ISBN: 2254-6081).

It will be focused in "Carcinogenesis".

As you know, cancer, or neoplasia, is a complex disease with multiple causes. Many intrinsic and extrinsic factors influence the development of cancer. Intrinsic or host factors include age, sex, genetic constitution, immune system function, metabolism, hormone levels, and nutritional status. 

Extrinsic factors include substances eaten, drunk, or smoked; workplace and environmental (air, water, and soil) exposures; natural and medical radiation exposure; sexual behavior; and elements of lifestyle such as social and cultural environment, personal behavior, and habits.

Intrinsic and extrinsic factors can interact with one another to influence the development of cancer. We invite authors to submit original research and review articles in all the varied aspects of research that will ultimately lead to the prevention of cancer in man. 

Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
Carcinogenesis (including viral, chemical and physical carcinogenesis, metabolism of carcinogens, and the formation, detection, identification and quantification of environmental carcinogens).

Biology, Genetics and Epigenetics (including the processes of promotion, progression,
signal transduction, apoptosis, genomic instability, growth factors, cell and molecular biology, mutation, DNA repair, genetics, etc.).

Cancer Biomarkers and Molecular Epidemiology (including genetic predisposition to cancer,
and epidemiology), Inflammation, Microenvironment and Prevention (including molecular dosimetry, chemoprevention, nutrition and cancer, etc.).

The main types of contribution are full-length articles, short communications and review articles.
The articles published are subjected to iMedPub's article processing charges. This charges are, by far, the lowest article processing charges of all medical publishers.

I hope we can count with your contributions soon. You can submit online here. Please, in the first step "Comments" write "This manuscript is for for the  special issue on Carcinogenesis".

Looking forward to receive your manuscripts.

Best wishes
Monica C. Botelho, PhD
National Institute of Health
Rua Alexandre Herculano, 321
4000-055 Porto, Portugal
Mobile: 00-351-938905134
Phone: 00-351-223401185
Fax: 00-351-223401149"

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