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Life Sciences - Cell Biology | Aims and Scope: Cell Biology and Toxicology

Aims and Scope: Cell Biology and Toxicology

Cell Biology and Toxicology is an international journal which provides a rapid publication outlet for papers of high scientific standards in the areas of cell biology, genetic, molecular and cellular toxicology.

The scope of publication includes scientific reports dealing with the basic biology and with the physiological, pharmacological, and toxic response of cellular systems. Studies of subcellular and cellular systems derived from both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell types are appropriate. Studies of toxic effects may include, but are not limited to, cytotoxicity, mutagenicity, carcinogenicity, and teratogenicity. Moreover, investigations on the development of cell systems for these purposes are relevant. In particular, the journal welcomes approaches to cellular studies or molecular structure activity correlations that provide sound scientific information leading to the reduced use of experimental animals.

Cell Biology and Toxicology publishes several types of articles including papers describing original research results, and reviews on subjects of contemporary importance to cell biologists and cell toxicologists. Also brief announcements of scientific meetings or courses, and of the availability of funding, fellowships, and scholarships, are published.