Animal Models of Human Disease
The use of animal models of human disease is critical for furthering our understanding of disease mechanisms, for the discovery of novel targets for treatment, and for translational research.
This Special Issue aims to collect state-of-the-art primary research studies and review articles from international experts and leading groups using animal models to study human diseases.
Submissions are welcome on a wide range of animal models and pathologies, including infectious disease, acute injury, regeneration, cancer, autoimmunity, and degenerative and chronic disease.
Prof. Dr. Sigrun Lange
Prof. Dr. Jameel M. Inal
- animal models
- human disease
- chronic disease
- acute injury
- infectious disease
- neurodegenerative disease
- comparative animal models
- extracellular vesicles
- liquid biopsy
|Journal Name||Impact Factor||CiteScore||Launched Year||First Decision (median)||APC|
|4.757||3.0||2013||17.4 Days||2200 CHF||Submit|
|7.666||6.7||2012||16.4 Days||2400 CHF||Submit|
Current Issues in Molecular Biologycimb
|2.976||2.7||1999||17.2 Days||2000 CHF||Submit|
|3.992||2.4||2011||17.7 Days||2000 CHF||Submit|
|4.141||5.0||2010||16.7 Days||2400 CHF||Submit|
International Journal of Molecular Sciencesijms
|6.208||6.9||2000||15.9 Days||2500 CHF||Submit|
International Journal of Translational Medicineijtm
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