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Cells Tissues Organs



Aims and Scope

Journal of cell and developmental biology, stem cell research, tissue engineering, in vitro systems, and regenerative biology

Cells Tissues Organs aims at bridging the gap between cell biology and developmental biology and the emerging fields of regenerative medicine (stem cell biology, tissue engineering, artificial organs, in vitro systems, and transplantation biology). Cells Tissues Organs offers a rapid and fair peer review and exquisite reproduction quality. Special topic issues, entire issues of the journal devoted to a single research topic within the range of interests of the journal, are published at irregular intervals.

Bibliographic Details

Cells Tissues Organs
Journal Abbreviation: Cells Tissues Organs
ISSN: 1422-6405 (Print)
e-ISSN: 1422-6421 (Online)
DOI: 10.1159/issn.1422-6405


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Founded 1945 as 'Acta Anatomica' by R. Chambers, G. Glimstedt, T. Peterfi and G. Wolf-Heidegger, continued by E.A. Boyden (1962-1974); A. Delmas (1955-1980); F. Walberg (1972-1980); G. Wolf-Heidegger (1945-1980); R. O'Rahilly (1981-1988); G.E. Goslow, Jr. (1989-1990); W. Lierse (1981-1992); since 1992 by H.-W. Denker and A.W. English, continued 1999 as 'Cells Tissues Organs' by H.-W. Denker and A.W. English

Vol. 1-163 (1945/46-1998) were published under the journal's former title Acta Anatomica.
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