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 January 2018 Issue:
Stem cells are undifferentiated cells of a multicellular organism with a broad potential to grow and differentiate into other cell types. They are used in basic, translational and clinical research to study the mechanisms of cell structure and function in healthy and diseased tissues, and to develop new therapies for various disorders including successful therapies to treat cancer, neurodegenerative and metabolic disorders, and tissue regeneration.
Clinical translation of stem cell therapies requires clear definition and characterization of the cell populations, especially in a biologically diverse group of non-human mammalian species. In their Guest Editorial
for Special Issue on Stem Cell Characterization Across Species
, Janina Burk, Walter Brehm, Roger Smith
and Jayesh Dudhia
write about an amazing progress in the veterinary stem cell research. However, they emphasize that despite its high relevance for both veterinary and human stem cell research, comparative stem cell characterization across species is still its rudimentary stages and demands more attention.
Six original research and five review papers in this Special Issue
focus on different aspects of canine, equine, porcine and ovine stem cell research that will eventually lead to successful cancer, regenerative, neurological and metabolic disorder therapies.
Also in this issue, do not miss Cytometry Part A
Editor-in-Chief Attila Tárnok’s
New Year Editorial entitled “2018: The dog year ahead
”, where he wishes all our authors, the readership, and our Editorial Board a prosperous new year of cytometry, and outlines the Journal’s recent successes and future goals.
All articles are free in this January 2018 Issue
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
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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