Impact Factor Collection
The Journal of Molecular Endocrinology's 2020 impact factor has increased substantially to 5.098, the highest figure to date. The five-year measure has also increased, and now stands at 4.755.
The journal has jumped to a ranking of 35 out of 145 journals in the Endocrinology and Metabolism category, climbing 20 places, and moving into the top quartile of all journals in this category. This positions the journal as one of the leading basic journal dedicated to molecular endocrinology.
We extend our thanks profusely to the world-class Editors, authors, reviewers and readers who have enabled this remarkable result.
2020’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.
Cap-independent mRNA translation is upregulated in long-lived endocrine mutant mice
Ulas Ozkurede et al.
Lactoferrin ameliorates aging-suppressed osteogenesis via IGF1 signaling
Xin-wei Chen et al.
FNDC5/Irisin counteracts lipotoxic-induced apoptosis in hypoxic H9c2 cells
Isabel Moscoso et al.
2020’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
Stress and glucocorticoid receptor regulation of mitochondrial gene expression
Hannah E Lapp, Andrew A Bartlett, and Richard G Hunter
Molecular pathways disrupted by gestational diabetes mellitus
Caitlyn Nguyen-Ngo et al.
The effect of adipocyte-macrophage crosstalk in obesity-related breast cancer
Ayse Basak Engin, Atilla Engin, and Ipek Isik Gonul
Thyroid function disruptors: from nature to chemicals
Karen Jesus Oliveira et al.
Mechanisms for sex differences in energy homeostasis
Chunmei Wang and Yong Xu
Nutrient sensor signaling pathways and cellular stress in fetal growth restriction
Bethany Hart, Elizabeth Morgan, and Emilyn U Alejandro