New Journal Alert
ScienceOpen is pleased to welcome the Journal of Circulating Biomarkers to its discovery network. This journal publishes high-impact articles on all aspects of circulating biomarkers and diagnostics, from basic science to translational and clinical applications.
Our research network will now include important research publications as well as the most recent advancements in the field, assisting researchers in better understanding the rapidly growing field of research and diagnostics using circulating blood-based, protein, and lipid markers.
Putting the Journal’s research in context
The Journal of Circulating Biomarkers is an international, peer-reviewed, open access, scientific journal that focuses on all aspects of the rapidly expanding field of circulating blood-based biomarkers and diagnostics that use circulating protein and lipid markers, circulating tumor cells (CTC), circulating cell-free DNA (cfDNA), and extracellular vesicles such as exosomes, microvesicles, microparticles, ectosomes, and apoptotic bodies.
By joining the platform, the JCB publications are now placed in the context of over 77 million scholarly records and will be discoverable by ScienceOpen’s advanced search engine, as well as promoted as part of a featured Collection on ScienceOpen’s social media platforms.
ScienceOpen is a fantastic and innovative channel for increasing submissions to your open access journal, aligning with your APC revenue stream, and providing an appealing showcase for topical content selections that respond to rapidly evolving scientific developments.
Let’s discover JCB’s collection
Cancer, immunology, neurology, metabolic diseases, cardiovascular medicine, regenerative medicine, nosology, physiology, pathology, technological applications in diagnostics, therapeutics, vaccine, drug delivery, regenerative medicine, drug development, and clinical trials are all included in the scope of the Journal, which also publishes reviews, perspectives, and news on a variety of topics.
- Value of clinical laboratory test for early prediction of mortality in patients with COVID-19: the BGM score
- Circulating progastrin-releasing peptide in the diagnosis of Small Cell Lung Cancer (SCLC) and in therapeutic monitoring
- Serum IL-33 as a biomarker in different diseases: useful parameter or much need for clarification?
- Exosome Secretion — More Than Simple Waste Disposal? Implications for Physiology, Diagnostics and Therapeutics
- An Immunofluorescence-Assisted Microfluidic Single Cell Quantitative Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction Analysis of Tumour Cells Separated from Blood
We are excited about the new collaboration with ScienceOpen! Its capillary distribution of contents and far-reaching audience are what we really need to support the growth of this research journal. We have found a competent, diligent, exceptionally organized partner and with the whole Editorial board, we are looking forward to more and more interaction with the ScienceOpen community.Lucia Steele, Publications Manager at AboutScience
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