Impact Factor Collection
Journal of Molecular Endocrinology achieved a 2021 Journal Impact FactorTM of 4.869, and the Five-Year measure has increased to its highest-ever level, now standing at 5.532. The journal is ranked 50 out of 146 journals in the ‘Endocrinology and Metabolism’ category of the latest Journal Citation ReportsTM
We would like to extend our gratitude to all of the authors, reviewers, readers, and the leadership of our world-class Editors, who continue to support the journal and have enabled this remarkable result.
We extend our thanks profusely to the world-class Editors, authors, reviewers and readers who have enabled this remarkable result.
We are also proud to announce that Journal of Endocrinology, the sister journal of Journal of Molecular Endocrinology, achieved a Journal Impact FactorTM of 4.669.
Explore the following collection of the top-cited research articles and reviews from 2021.
2021's TOP CITED RESEARCH:
The miRNAs miR-211-5p and miR-204-5p modulate ER stress in human beta cells
Fabio Arturo Grieco et al.
Butyrate modulates diabetes-linked gut dysbiosis: epigenetic and mechanistic modifications
Mohamed H Noureldein et al.
miRNA-155 silencing reduces sciatic nerve injury in diabetic peripheral neuropathy
Jin Hong Chen et al.
Lactoferrin ameliorates aging-suppressed osteogenesis via IGF1 signaling
Xin-wei Chen et al.
Anti-inflammatory effects of androgens in the human vagina
Elisa Maseroli et al.
Cap-independent mRNA translation is upregulated in long-lived endocrine mutant mice
Ulas Ozkurede et al.
Role of mPR alpha (PAQR7) in progesterone-induced Ca2+ decrease in human vascular smooth muscle cells
Yefei Pang and Peter Thomas
2021’S TOP CITED REVIEWS:
Integrated omics: tools, advances and future approaches
Biswapriya B Misra et al.
Circadian clock genes and the transcriptional architecture of the clock mechanism
Kimberly H Cox and Joseph S Takahashi
Novel actions of sclerostin on bone
Gill Holdsworth, Scott J Roberts, and Hua Zhu Ke
Molecular pathways disrupted by gestational diabetes mellitus
Caitlyn Nguyen-Ngos et al.
Thyroid function disruptors: from nature to chemicals
Karen Jesus Oliveira et al.
Nutrient sensor signaling pathways and cellular stress in fetal growth restriction
Bethany Hart, Elizabeth Morgan, and Emilyn U Alejandro
Molecular mechanisms of FOXO1 in adipocyte differentiation
Junye Chen et al.
Mechanisms for sex differences in energy homeostasis
Chunmei Wang and Yong Xuem
NETosis contributes to the pathogenes of diabetes and its complications
Rachel Njeim et al.
Stress and glucocorticoid receptor regulation of mitochondrial gene
Hannah E Lapp, Andrew A Bartlett, and Richard G Hunter
The role of an anti-diabetic drug metformin in the treatment of endocrine tumors
Shilpa Thakur, Brianna Daley, and Joanna Klubo-Gwiezdzinska