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Hormone Molecular Biology and Clinical Investigation

Editor-in-Chief: Chetrite, Gérard S.

Editorial Board Member: Fujimoto, Jiro / Groner, Bernd / Hubalek, Michael / Saad, Farid / Schally, Andrew V. / Alexis, Michael N. / Baniahmad, Aria / Beato, Miguel / Bouillon, Roger / Brodie, Angela / Campagnoli, Carlo / Carruba, Giuseppe / Chen, Shiuan / Cidlowski, John A. / Clarke, Robert / Coelingh Bennink, Herjan J.T. / Danza, Giovanna / Darbre, Philippa D. / Kloet, Ronald / Nicola, Alejandro F. / Drouin, Jacques / Dufau, Maria L. / Edwards, Dean P. / Falany, Charles N. / Fernandez-Perez, Leandro / Ferroud, Clotilde / Flores-Morales, Amilcar / Garcia-Segura, Luis M. / Gee, Julia M.W. / Genazzani, Andrea R. / Greene, Geoffrey L. / Hilakivi-Clarke, Leena / Hampl, Richard / Iwase, Hirotaka / Jordan, V. Craig / Klocker, Helmut / Kurebayashi, Junichi / Labrie, Fernand / Luu-The, Van / Mendelson, Carole R. / Mück, Alfred O. / Nicholson, Robert / Norman, Anthony W. / O'Malley, Bert W. / Rafestin-Oblin, Marie-Edith / Raynaud, Jean-Pierre / Ruan, Xiangyan / Russo, Jose / Sanchez, Edwin R. / Schillaci, Roxana / Schindler, Adolf E. / Söderqvist, Gunnar / Speirs, Valerie / Stanczyk, Frank Z. / Starka, Luboslav / Sutter, Thomas R. / Tresguerres, Jesús A. / Wahli, Walter / Wildt, Ludwig / Yang, Kaiping / Ylikomi, Timo / Yu, Qi

SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) 2015: 0.432
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) 2015: 0.334
Impact per Publication (IPP) 2015: 1.034

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    Aims and Scope

    Hormone Molecular Biology and Clinical Investigation (HMBCI) is dedicated to the provision of basic data on molecular aspects of hormones in physiology and in pathophysiology. The journal covers the treatment of major diseases, such as endocrine cancers (breast, prostate, endometrium, ovary), renal and lymphoid carcinoma, hypertension, cardiovascular systems, osteoporosis, hormone deficiency in menopause and andropause, obesity, diabetes, brain and related diseases, metabolic syndrome, sexual dysfunction, fetal and pregnancy diseases, as well as the treatment of dysfunctions and deficiencies. The journal covers new data on the different steps and factors involved in the mechanism of hormone action. It will equally examines the relation of hormones with the immune system and its environment, as well as new developments in hormone measurements.

    Editorial Policy
    HMBCI is a blind peer reviewed journal and publishes Original articles, Reviews, Mini reviews, Short communications, Letters to the Editor and Opinion papers in English. Ahead-of-print publishing ensures faster processing of fully proof-read, DOI-citable articles.

    Call for papers: Please submit your papers directly to our online submission system at: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/hmbci


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    Submission of Manuscripts

    The editors of HMBCI would like to encourage researchers to submit their research related to the following topics:

    The superfamily of receptors of the different hormones (steroids, polypeptides and related hormones), and co-regulators (activators and repressors);
    Hormones related to the function of growth factors, oncogenes, and cytokines, in normal and neoplastic tissues;
    Enzymes and anti-enzymes involved in the formation and disposition of various hormones in connection with the diseases stated above;
    Hormone signaling and response to hormone therapy;
    Mechanism of cancer cell proliferation under endocrine therapy;
    Resistance to hormone therapy and its mechanism;
    Hormones and the brain and other neuroendocrine organs;
    Hormone replacement therapy;
    Pre-clinical studies to test new molecules in isolated models and in human trials;
    Hormones and the immune system;
    Hormones and the environment;
    Initiation and evolution of diseases related to the mechanism of action of the hormone;
    Therapeutic effect of the hormone with regard to the method of administration.

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    Editor-in-Chief: Chetrite, Gérard S., France

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    Editorial Information

    Gérard S. Chetrite, France

    Associate Editors
    Jiro Fujimoto, Japan
    Bernd Groner, Germany
    Farid Saad, Germany
    Andrew V. Schally, USA

    Corresponding Editors
    Michael N. Alexis, Greece
    Aria Baniahmad, Germany
    Miguel Beato, Spain
    Roger Bouillon, Belgium
    Angela Brodie, USA
    Carlo Campagnoli, Italy
    Giuseppe Carruba, Italy
    Shiuan Chen, USA
    John A. Cidlowski, USA
    Robert Clarke, USA
    Herjan J.T. Coelingh Bennink, Netherlands
    Giovanna Danza, Italy
    Philippa D. Darbre, UK
    Ronald de Kloet, Netherlands
    Alejandro F. De Nicola, Argentina
    Jacques Drouin, Canada
    Maria L. Dufau, USA
    Dean P. Edwards, USA
    Charles N. Falany, USA
    Leandro Fernández-Pérez, Spain
    Clotilde Ferroud, France
    Amilcar Flores-Morales, Denmark
    Luis M. García-Segura, Spain
    Julia M.W. Gee, UK
    Andrea R. Genazzani, Italy
    Geoffrey L. Greene, USA
    Richard Hampl, Czech Republic
    Leena Hilakivi-Clarke, USA
    Hirotaka Iwase, Japan
    V. Craig Jordan, USA
    Helmut Klocker, Austria
    Junichi Kurebayashi, Japan
    Fernand Labrie, Canada
    Van Luu-The, Canada
    Carole R. Mendelson, USA
    Alfred O. Mück, Germany
    Robert Nicholson, UK
    Anthony W. Norman, USA
    Bert W. O'Malley, USA
    Marie-Edith Rafestin-Oblin, France
    Jean-Pierre Raynaud, France
    Xiangyan Ruan, China
    José Russo, USA
    Edwin R. Sanchez, USA
    Roxana Schillaci, Argentina
    Adolf E. Schindler, Germany
    Gunnar Söderqvist, Sweden
    Valerie Speirs, UK
    Frank Z. Stanczyk, USA
    Luboslav Stárka, Czech Republic
    Thomas R. Sutter, USA
    Abdulmaged Traish, USA
    Jesus A. Tresguerres, Spain
    Walter Wahli, Switzerland
    Ludwig Wildt, Austria
    Kaiping Yang, Canada
    Timo Ylikomi, Finland
    Qi Yu, China

    Managing Editor
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