Publications Cytometry Part A

Cytometry Part A

As the official journal of ISAC, Cytometry Part A is a truly multi-disciplinary resource. Embracing the study of the cytome, it covers all aspects of molecular analysis of cellular systems and publishes original research articles, in-depth reviews, communications, reports on "hot topics", and technical innovation articles.

In the December 2017 Issue:


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Why publish in Cytometry Part A?

  • Peer review by world-class international Editorial Board and Editor-in-Chief Dr. Attila Tarnok
  • Fast publication and indexing on PubMED
  • No page charges
  • High-quality copy-editing and layout of your article
  • Extensive circulation and dedicated social media promotions
  • Open access options (discount for ISAC members)

Make sure your research gets the attention it deserves – submit your paper today!

Cytometry A offers complete coverage of:

  • Cytomics and systems biology
  • Cell- and microbiology
  • High-throughput and high-content screening
  • Flow and slide based cytometry
  • Multimodal imaging
  • In vivo cytometry
  • Innovative cytometric assays and technologies
  • Molecular array technologies
  • Cell-based spectroscopic analyses
  • Bioinformatics/computational methodologies

Topical coverage includes:

  • New, novel instrumentation and reagent developments relevant to the measurement of cells or cell constituents.
  • New techniques or procedures for the analysis of cellular features, constituents, and function.
  • Novel analysis, statistical approaches, and mathematical modeling techniques relevant to the analysis of analytical cytology and cytomics data.
  • Application of analytical and cytomics techniques to the areas of cell biology, molecular biology, virology, physiology, pathology, cancer, veterinary science, plant science, genomics, and proteomics.

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Our vision is to advance the impact of cytometry in meeting current and emerging challenges in the life, biomedical, and physical sciences.

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