Call for Papers

Cellular Reprogramming

Editor-in-Chief: Professor Sir Ian Wilmut

Cellular Reprogramming is currently seeking high-quality innovative manuscripts to be published in future issues.

Topics can include, but are not limited to:

  • Somatic cell nuclear transfer and reprogramming in early embryos
  • Embryonic stem cells
  • Nuclear transfer stem cells
  • Generation of induced pluripotent stem cells and/or potential for cell-based therapies
  • Epigenetics
  • Adult stem cells and pluripotency

Cellular Reprogramming is the premier journal dedicated to providing new insights on the etiology, development, and potential treatment of various diseases through reprogramming cellular mechanisms. The Journal delivers information on cutting-edge techniques and the latest high-quality research and discoveries that are transforming biomedical research.

Benefits of publishing in the Journal include:

  • Fast and user-friendly electronic submission
  • Rapid, high-quality peer review
  • Diversity of article types
  • Maximum exposure: readership in more than 170 countries
  • Open Access options available

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