Aims and Scope
The main aim of the Journal of Cell Signaling is to publish high quality research works and provide Open Access to the articles using this platform. The Journal offers a rapid and time bound review and publication that freely disseminates research findings related to Cell Signaling. Cell Signaling Journal caters to the requirements of the medical practitioners, researchers, lab professionals, students, academicians, and industry that is involved in Medical and clinical studies. No matter how prestigious or popular; it increases the visibility and impact of published work. It increases convenience, reach, and retrieval power. Free online literature software facilitates full-text searching, indexing, mining, summarizing, translating, querying, linking, recommending, alerting, "mash-ups" and other forms of processing and analysis.
Journal of Cell Signaling brings articles in all areas related to 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.
All works published by Longdom Publishing SL are under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License. This permits anyone to copy, distribute, transmit and adapt the work provided the original work and source is appropriately cited. Journal of Cell Signaling strongly supports the Open Access initiative. All published articles will be assigned DOI provided by Cross Ref. Journal of Cell Signaling Journal will keep up-to- date with latest advances in the field. Abstracts and full texts (HTML, PDF and XML format) of all articles published by Cell Signaling are freely accessible to everyone immediately after publication. The Journal supports the Bethesda Statement on Open Access Publishing.