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About the Journal
Cell signaling is a process through which living cells interact with the cellular environment and neighbouring cells. Cells contain Glycoproteins or Glycolipids as receptors on their plasma membrane which detects the signals. When a complementary ligand (signaling molecule) comes and binds to the receptor, it initiates a chain of reactions within the cell, ultimately leading to a response.
The Journal of Cell Signaling is a peer reviewed journal. This journal offers an open access platform for authors to publish their research. The Journal of cell signaling is an open access journal which mainly focuses on effector systems, such as protein kinases, lipid signaling pathways, cyclic nucleotide signaling processes, NO signaling and ion channels. The production, regulation, degradation and action of second messengers; the structure, regulation, degradation and action of receptors; Guanine nucleotide regulatory proteins; Bio-informatics studies related to cell signaling mechanisms; Compartmentalization/compartmentation of signaling systems; Anchor/scaffold signaling proteins; The effect of cellular signaling events on the functioning, growth and differentiation of cells in normal and pathological states and also cellular oncogenes.
The Journal of Cell Signaling accepts all types of articles including research, review, case reports, commentaries, hypotheses, meeting reports and short reports. This scientific journal is using Editorial Tracking System for maintaining quality in peer review process. Review processing is performed by the editorial board members of Journal of Cell signaling or by outside experts. Minimum two independent reviewers approval followed by editor approval is mandatory for acceptance of any manuscript.
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The corresponding author or institution/organization is responsible for making the manuscript FEE-Review Process payment. The additional FEE-Review Process payment covers the fast review processing and quick editorial decisions, and regular article publication covers the preparation in various formats for online publication, securing full-text inclusion in a number of permanent archives like HTML, XML, and PDF, and feeding to different indexing agencies.
Articles published in Journal of Cell Signaling have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Journal of Cell Signaling has got h-index 3 , which means every article in Journal of Cell Signaling has got 3 average citations.
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