Insights in Cell Science

About Insights in Cell Science

An insight in Cell Science is a peer reviewed, open access journal. This Scholarly journal aims at spreading the new, relevant, and the most compelling developments in the field of Cell Science. Insights in Cell Science is the best scientific open access journal that provides a right platform for researchers to publish their valuable work as research articles, review articles, case reports, commentaries, and short communications.

Insights in Cell Science publishes articles that cover all aspects of Cell Therapy, Gene Therapy, Stem cell Science, Cell Signaling, Cell Aging, Cell Mediated Immunity, Autophagy, Cell Culture, Intra Cellular trafficking, Cell Systems, Cell transplantation, Cell metabolism, etc.

Insights in Cell Science operate through Editorial Manager System for online manuscript submission, review and processing. Editorial board members of the journal or outside experts review the submitted manuscripts; at least two independent reviewer’s approval followed by the editor for the acceptance of any citable manuscript.

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Progenitor Cells and Therapy

Progenitor cell is like a stem cell that has a tendency to differentiate into a specific type of cell. It is more specific than a stem cell and used to differentiate into its target cell. Majority of progenitor cells are dormant or have the activity of tissue in which they residue. In place of damaged or dead cells, progenitor cells are activated by triggering of growth factors or cytokines. Examples: satellite cells, immediate progenitor cells, bone marrow stromal cells.

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Journal of Cell Science and Therapy, Cell Biology Research and Therapy, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Insights in Stem cells,  Journal of  Stem Cell Research and Therapy, Annual Review of Plant Biology, Annual Review of Biophysics, Journal of Cell Biology and Genome Biology

Cell Therapy for Hair

stem cells are used for the therapy of hair. Stem cells are the cells which are capable of giving rise to other kinds of cells. These stem cells are undifferentiated. Human hair grows out of follicles on scalp. Dead or damaged follicles prevent new hair to grow. Therefore stem cells can be used to stimulate the cells already found in thee dead hair follicles and revive them. Here stem cells of patients body fat is taken (called autologous adipose adult stem cells) are harvested and injected microscopically into the affected alopecia area and thus results in hair growth.

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Journal of clinical and Cellular ImmunologyJournal of Cell SignalingSingle Cell BiologyCell and Developmental BiologyJournal of  Stem Cell Research and Therapy, Stem cell, Aging Cell , Cell science and Cell Stem Cell

Cell Membrane

Cell membrane is also known as plasma membrane/cytoplasmic membrane. it is a biological membrane that separates all cells from interior to outside environment. It is selectively permeable to ions and organic molecules. It consists of phospholipid bilayer with proteins embedded in it. Functions are passive osmosis, diffusion, transmembrane protein channels, transporters, endocytosis and exocytosis. Prokaryotic cells are surrounded by cell membrane. Cell membrane structure is of fluid mosaic model and consists of lipid bilayer, membrane polarity and membrane structures; cytoskeleton.it is composed of lipids, phospholipids, carbohydrates, proteins.

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Journal of  Stem Cell Research and TherapyJournal of Cell Science and TherapyCell Biology Research and TherapyCellular and Molecular BiologyInsights in Stem cells, Moleculer Biology of the cell, Autophagy, Celluler and Moleculer Life Sciences and Journla of Moleculer Cell Biology

Cell Aging

Cell Aging decreases the cells ability to proliferate with passing of time. It is a progressive decline in resistance to stress and other cellular damages. Therefore results in a gradual loss of cellular functions and leads to cell death by a process of apoptosis. Genetic and environmental factors are responsible for aging. There are many theories on cell aging. Examples are death hormone theory, mitochondrial theory, errors and repair theory, auto immune theory and many more.

Related journals of Cell Aging :

Journal of  Stem Cell Research and TherapyJournal of Cell Science and TherapyCell Biology Research and TherapyCellular and Molecular BiologyInsights in Stem cells, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Journal of Investigative Dermatology, Antioxidants and Redox Signaling

Autophagy

Autophagy deals with destruction of cells in the body. It is a physiological process. It involves catabolic mechanism. Its main pathway is macro autophagy i.e. to eradicate damaged cells or unused proteins. Micro autophagy and chaperone-mediated autophagy are the other two pathways. Its functions are xenophagy, nutrients starvation, autophagy and infection, repair mechanism and programmed cell death.

Related journals of Autophagy :

Journal of  Stem Cell Research and TherapyJournal of Cell Science and TherapyCell Biology Research and TherapyCellular and Molecular BiologyInsights in Stem cells, Autophagy, Cell Death and Differentiation, Science signaling and Blood

Intracellular Trafficking

Eukaryotic cells contain membrane bounded compartments that interact with cells environment. Proteins and lipids are transported from vesicles through these compartments. The transport takes place by 2 pathways: exocytic and endocytic pathway. Exocytic pathway internalizes materials in the cytoplasm to cell milieu and inwards and endocytic pathway internalizes material from environment to inside cell. This intracellular transport is known as intracellular trafficking.

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Journal of  Stem Cell , Research and TherapyJournal of Cell Science and TherapyCell Biology Research and TherapyCellular and Molecular BiologyInsights in Stem cells, Nature Merthods, Cell Metabolism, Plant Cell and Aging Cell

Callus Culture

Callus is an unorganized, growing and dividing mass of cells. It is cultured by explants on the appropriate solid medium. Auxin and a cytokinin are used. It comes from shoot in early culturing. Callus cultures are compact (densely aggregated cells) and friable (loosely associated cells & callus is soft and breaks easily). Callus culture includes 3 stages: induction (division, differentiation), proliferative stage and morphogenesis stage. It is used to isolate single cells with stem cells. Callus is cultured in aseptic conditions by selecting a nutrient medium and by incubating in controlled condition.

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Journal of Cell SignalingJournal of Fertilizataion : In Vitro-IVF-Worldwide, Reproductive MedicineGenetics Cell and Developmental BiologySingle Cell BiologyJournal of clinical and Cellular Immunolog, Stem Cell , Aging Cell, Cell Research and Plant and Cell Physiology

Cell Transplantation

Cell transplantation is defined as transference of cells within or in-between individuals of the same or different species. It is also known as autogenic stem cell transplantation. It is an autologous transplantation. The stem cells are undifferentiated cells. These stem cells are removed, stored, and later given to the same person. Example: hemapoietic stem cells. Cell transplantation can replace diseased or lost tissue to provide restorative therapy for these conditions. The limited use of cell transplants as a basis for current therapy can, in part, be attributed to the lack of available human cells suitable for transplantation. This has prevented further realization of the promise of cell transplantation as a platform technology. Accordingly, cell-based therapies such as blood transfusions, for which the cells are readily available, are a standard part of current medical practice.

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Cellular and Molecular Biology, Insights in Stem cells,  Journal of  Stem Cell Research and Therapy, Journal of Cell Science and Therapy, Cell Biology Research and Therapy, BMC biology, Plant journal, stem Cells and Aging Cell
 

Cell Sorting

Cell Sorting is the ability to separate cells according to its properties. Properties are of intracellular and extracellular. Cell sorting is important as it is the ability to isolate and sort cell types within organs and tissues. Cell sorting is done by 3 methods: single cell sorting, fluorescent activated cell sorting and magnetic cell sorting. Fluorescence activated cell sorting (FACS) of live cells separates a population of cells into sub-populations based on fluorescent labeling. Sorting involves more complex mechanisms in the flow cytometer than a non-sorting analysis. Cells stained using fluorophore-conjugated antibodies can be separated from one another depending on which fluorophore they have been stained with.

Related Journals of Cell Sorting

Single Cell Biology, Journal of clinical and Cellular Immunology, Journal of Cell Signaling, Journal of Fertilizataion : In Vitro-IVF-Worldwide, Reproductive Medicine Genetics, Cell and Developmental Biology, Cell Metabolism, Trends in Cell Biology, Journal of Cell Biology and Plant Cell

*2016 Journal Impact Factor was established by dividing the number of articles published in 2014 and 2015 with the number of times they are cited in 2016 based on Google search and the Scholar Citation Index database. If 'X' is the total number of articles published in 2014 and 2015, and 'Y' is the number of times these articles were cited in indexed journals during 2016 then, impact factor = Y/X