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domingo, 10 de noviembre de 2013

"Cell signaling in inflammation", Special Topic Issue in Translational Biomedicine



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Call for Papers: 

"Cell signaling in inflammation", Special Topic Issue in Translational Biomedicine


Dear colleague:
It is my pleasure to let you know I have been designated as Guest Editor to edit an special topic issue in Translational Biomedicine (ISSN: 2172-0479) http://www.transbiomedicine.com/

Translational Biomedicine is indexed by several world class databases including NLM Catalog, Scopus, Embase, EBSCO, DeepDyve, Genamics JournalSeek, CrossRef, Journal TOC, Open J-Gate, Index Copernicus Master List and many more. All articles are assigned DOI number, archived in Crossref and other repositories.

It will be focused in "Cell signaling in inflammation". As you know cell signaling is to the cells and the body to learn and to respond to its environment. If the cell signaling goes wrong many disease and cancers may arise. In development, the signals are used to guide cell differentiation. In later life, signals are used to let cells know what they should be doing to maintain homeostasis. Inflammation in body is due to disorder in cell signaling, So to control Inflammation in body it is important to know in broad about cell signaling.

Studies on animals and human pathology are wellcome.

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 "Cell signaling in inflammation". Looking forward to receive your manuscripts.

Best wishes

Dr Birendra Kumar Yadav
biru.biotech@gmail.com





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