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The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
 
 

The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

 
 

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 4.049(2013)

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Editor-In Chief:J. Adamski

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Aims & Scope

The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is devoted to new experimental and theoretical developments in areas related to steroids. The Journal publishes a variety of contributions, including original articles, general and focused reviews, and rapid communications (brief articles of particular interest and clear novelty). Selected cutting-edge topics will be addressed in Special Issues managed by Guest Editors. Special Issues will contain both commissioned reviews and invited original research to provide comprehensive coverage of specific topics, and all articles will undergo rigorous peer-review prior to publication. The JSBMB publishes experimental work, review articles and letters (commentaries).

Manuscripts relating to unsolved issues in genetics, molecular biology, biochemistry, structural biology, steroid chemistry, cell biology, molecular medicine, and clinical medicine, are encouraged. Both basic and clinical areas of research are within the scope of the Journal, provided they address mechanisms or yield a functional explanation of processes involving steroids. A further aim of the Journal is to provide steroid-related tools, synthesis and analysis methods, and reference data.Contributions on case studies or descriptions of new compounds should provide new functional data. Otherwise they will be not considered. Reports on translational research are encouraged.

The aims of the Journal cover studies on steroid signal transduction pathways, functional annotation of genes and kinetics of metabolic pathways, as well as the creation of enduring and validated resources for metabolomics and systems biology analyses. Furthermore, the Journal also publishes results on lipid research, functional association studies or 'omics' that are instrumental in our understanding of common complex human diseases like metabolic syndrome, diabetes or obesity. Further aspects like steroid-related cancers or neurosteroids are within the scope of the Journal. The Journal aims to enhance our understanding, and the development of approaches to study, the interplay between the environment, genomes, metabolism and disease.

Studies that are based on observations performed in a single cell line will not generally be viewed favourably for publication. The experiments should ideally include experiments with comparable cell lines to demonstrate generality or specificity of the effects or mechanisms.

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Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Elsevier facilitate the author's response to the NIH Public Access Policy. For more details please see the Guide for authors

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Biochemists, clinical endocrinologists, cancer researchers, oncologists, pharmacologists, physiologists.

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Editor-In Chief J. Adamski German Res. Cntr. for Environmental Health (GmbH), Inst. of Developmental Genetics, Helmholtz Zentrum München, Ingolstädter Landstr. 1, 85764 Oberschleissheim, Germany, Associate Editors A. Odermatt Basel, Switzerland, B. Potter Bath, UK, H. Sasano Sendai, Japan, Honorary Associate Editors H. Adlercreutz University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland, E.V. Jensen University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA, R.J.B. King University of Surrey, Surrey, UK, Corresponding Editors R.J. Auchus Dallas, TX, USA, A.S. Bhatnagar Basel, Switzerland, D. Bikle San Francisco, CA, USA, R. Bouillon Leuven, Belgium, A. Brodie Baltimore, MD, USA, K.A. Brown Clayton, VIC, Australia, U. Ceglarek Leipzig, Germany, S. Chen Duarte, CA, USA, M.H. Choi Seoul, South Korea, B-C. Chung Taipei, Taiwan, ROC, J.A. Cidlowski NC, USA, R. Clarke Washington, DC, USA, D.J. Clegg Dallas, TX, USA, C. Clyne Clayton, VIC, Australia, E.R. de Kloet Leiden, Netherlands, Z. Dong Austin, MN, USA, M. Dowsett London, UK, D.P. Edwards Houston, TX, USA, J.W. Funder Clayton, VIC, Australia, S.A. Fuqua Houston, TX, USA, G.L. Greene Chicago, IL, USA, J.A. Gustafsson Huddinge, Sweden, N. Harada Aichi, Japan, R.W. Hartmann Saarbrücken, Germany, V.W. Henderson Stanford, CA, USA, S.M. Ho Cincinnati, OH, USA, T. Iguchi Japan, A. Jansson Linköping, Sweden, V.C. Jordan Washington, DC, USA, J. Kato Itabashi-Ku, Japan, J. Kitawaki Kyoto, Japan, H. Klocker Innsbruck, Austria, H.J. Kloosterboer Oss, Netherlands, F. Labrie St-Foy, QC, Canada, S. Liao Chicago IL, USA, S.X. Lin , V.B. Mahesh Huntsville, AL, USA, L. Martini Milano, Italy, E. Maser Kiel, Germany, J.I. Mason Edinburgh, UK, B.S. McEwen New York, NY, USA, C.R. Mendelson Richardson, TX, USA, L.C. Murphy Winnipeg, Canada, A. Nardulli Urbana, IL, USA, M.I. New New York, NY, USA, A.W. Norman Riverside, CA, USA, B.W. O'Malley Houston, TX, USA, U. Opperman Oxford, England, UK, T.M. Penning Philadelphia, PA, USA, D. Picard Genève 4, Switzerland, D. Poirier Quebec City, QC, Canada, M. Poutanen Turku, Finland, E. Prossnitz Albuquerque, NM, USA, A Purohit London, England, UK, J.P. Raynaud Paris, France, T.L. Rizner Ljubljana, Slovenia, H. Rochefort Montpellier, France, E.R. Sanchez Toledo, OH, USA, E.R. Simpson Clayton, VIC, Australia, C.R. Sonnenschein Boston, MA, USA, F.Z. Stanczyk Los Angeles, CA, USA, L. Starka Prague 1, Czech Republic, T.R. Sutter Memphis, TN, USA, T. Suzuki Sendai, Japan, A.M. Tarrant Woods Hole, MA, USA, A. Tchernof Quebec, QC, Canada, J.H.H. Thijssen Utrecht, Netherlands, P. Thomas Port Aransas, TX, USA, J.W. Tomlinson Birmingham, UK, G. Vollmer Dresden, Germany, W. Wahli Lausanne, Switzerland, B.R. Walker Edinburgh, UK, M. Wehling Mannheim, Germany, K. Yang London, ON, Canada, M. Young
 
 
 
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