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Cell Division

Cell Division

Editor-in-Chief: Philipp Kaldis

ISSN: 1747-1028 (electronic version)

Journal no. 13008

BioMed Central

Open access BioMed Central
  • Average time to first decision of 25 days
  • Provides a forum for the cell biology and cancer research communities to come together
  • Ranked in the 2nd quartile in Cell Biology category of JCR

Cell Division is an open access journal that allows the cell biology and cancer research communities to come together and focus on cross-sectional research related to cancer causation and its underlying mechanisms.  The journal provides a forum for the cell cycle community to publish and read  articles on all the exciting aspects of cell cycle research and models of cell cycle regulation, development, and cancer biology.  This impactful journal maintains high quality standards, with each paper undergoing thorough peer review, while maintaining a reasonable turnaround time. Inviting submissions on various cell cycle studies, Cell Division will continue to bring the cancer and cell biology communities together in collaboration by continuing to publish the newest research in the field.

Related subjects » Cancer Research - Cell Biology

Impact Factor: 3.909 (2016) * 

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    Cell Division is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that encompasses all the molecular aspects of cell cycle control and cancer, cell growth, proliferation, survival, differentiation, signalling, gene transcription, protein synthesis, genome integrity, chromosome stability, centrosome duplication, DNA damage and DNA repair.

    Cell Division provides an online forum for the cell-cycle community that aims to publish articles on all exciting aspects of cell-cycle research and to bridge the gap between models of cell cycle regulation, development, and cancer biology. This forum is driven by specialized and timely research articles, reviews and commentaries focused on this fast moving field, providing an invaluable tool for cell-cycle biologists.

    Cell Division publishes articles in areas which includes, but not limited to:

    • DNA replication, cell fate decisions, cell cycle & development
    • Cell proliferation, mitosis, spindle assembly checkpoint, ubiquitin mediated degradation
    • DNA damage & repair
    • Apoptosis & cell death

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