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Anatomy & Physiology: Current Research

Anatomy & Physiology: Current Research
Open Access

ISSN: 2161-0940

44-7723-59-8358

Editorial Board

Raymond Chuen-Chung Chang
Editor-in-Chief
LKS Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong Kong, NIH Visiting Fellowship Award and NIH Research Excellence Fellowship Award, USA (1997-2000)

Sergey Zaets
Executive Editor
Senior Director, Research Associate In NIH(2000-2005)
USA

Adrienne T. Black
Principal Scientist
Rutgers University, USA

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Journal Impact Factor 2.0*
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About the Journal

Journal Metrics

Acceptance rate

36%

submission to Acceptance

 34 days

Acceptance to Publication

11 days

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Impact factor

2

APC

1819 Euros

PubMed NLM ID: 101576822
Index Copernicus Value: 84.15

In 2011-2020, we received a record number of new submissions, representing a year-on-year increase which is a further indication of the strength of the Journal. We are also dedicated to processing all of our submissions as professionally and as rapidly as possible. Currently our average time from submission to first decision 14 days, with our average time to final decision being 21 days. Following acceptance, our average time to publication online is 35 days. These times are very competitive with, and often better than, many other journals. Secondly, we would like to celebrate the breadth and quality of the papers that we have published. Indeed, an on-going pleasure of reading the Journal is not only the exciting results described in the paper but also the quality and beauty of the images that our authors generate.

Scope and Relevance of Anatomy and Physiology
Molecular biology Surgical anatomy Developmental anatomy Cytology Metabolism
Cell biology Molecular biology Comparative anatomy Veterinary anatomy The Blood System
Reproductive biology Forensic anatomy Tissue Clinical anatomy Neurons and synapses
Immunobiology Plant anatomy and physiology Human anatomy Neurobiology Hormones, homeostasis and reproduction
Developmental biology Gastro-endocrinology Tissue Embryology Clinical physiology
Renal Cell biology Neuroanatomy Cardiovascular Smooth Muscle
Endocrine Human physiology and levels of organization from cellular Neurodegeneration Respiratory Musculoskeletal system
Reproductive Neurobiology Phytotomy Comparative Clinical physiology

Surgical Anatomy

Surgical anatomy is the study of the structure and morphological characteristics of the tissues and organs of the body as they relate to surgery. It is the application of anatomy in surgical diagnosis, treatment and dissection, surgeons keeps on practicing new aspects of the surgery so that they gets updated with day to day new approaches and remain in good practice.

Forensic Anatomy

Anatomy is a branch of biology concerned with the structure of humans including the skeletal, muscular and skin biology. Forensic anatomy combines this understanding with forensic science techniques to determine the identity of human remains.

DevelopmentalAnatomy

Developmental anatomy the field of embryology concerned with the changes that cells, tissues, organs, and the body as a whole undergo from a germ cell of each parent to the resulting offspring; it includes both prenatal and postnatal development.

Neuro-Anatomy

Neuroanatomy is the study of the structure and organization of the nervous system. In contrast to animals with radial symmetry, whose nervous system consists of a distributed network of cells, animals with bilateral symmetry have segregated, defined nervous systems. Their Neuroanatomy is therefore better understood.

Clinical Anatomy

Clinical Anatomy is a peer-reviewed medical journal that covers anatomy in all its aspects gross, histologic, developmental, and neurologic-as applied to medical practice.

Cell biology

Cells are the structural, functional, and biological units of all living beings.

Renal

The term "renal" refers to the kidney. For example, renal failure means kidney failure. Related topics, Kidney disease; Kidney disease - diet; Kidney failure; Kidney function tests; Renal scan; Kidney transplant.

Metabolism

Metabolism (pronounced: meh-TAB-uh-liz-um) is the chemical reactions in the body's cells that change food into energy. Our bodies need this energy to do everything from moving to thinking to growing. Specific proteins in the body control the chemical reactions of metabolism.

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