Scope of the journal

Cell signalling and Trafficking emphasize current knowledge and information regarding cell response and reaction to signalling mechanisms and molecular transport system within the cell. The journal covers reports in all areas of cell signalling and trafficking underlying both normal and pathological contexts. View More...

Editor-in-Chief

Dr. Matthias Gaestel
is a professor and chair of biochemistry at the Medical School Hannover. His research area of expertise includes growth-related heat shock proteins, translational control of gene expression, molecular mechanisms of stress-dependent signal transduction, nucleo-cytoplasmic signalling, role of stress-activated protein kinase MK2 in vivo using knockout mouse models, regulation of gene expression by protein phosphorylation at the post-transcriptional level and new ERK3/MK5 signalling modules.

Dr. Ulhas P. Naik
is a Professor of Biological Sciences, University of Delaware and founding director of Delaware Cardiovascular Research Center, USA. He is a member of the American Society of Hematology, International Society of Thrombosis and Hemostasis, and is a Fellow of the American Heart Association. His research area is focused on Thrombosis, Hemostasis, Platelets, Megakaryocytes, Polyploidy, Platelet production, Angiogenesis, Wound healing, Endothelial cells, Cell migration and Signal Transduction.

Senior Editors

Dr. Peter Illes
Researcher at University of Leipzig. Member of Academia Europaea. His research is focused on Cell surface receptors, Ligand-receptor networks, Signalling pathways and inhibition, Signal transduction, Trafficking mechanisms.

Dr. Paul Robert Fisher
holds the Chair in Microbiology at La Trobe University, where he leads the Microbial Cell Biology Group. His major research interest is in signalling dysregulation and mitochondrial dysfunction in neurological and neurodegenerative disorders, including mitochondrial and lysosomal, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and Batten diseases.

Dr. Amnon Altman
is the Director of Scientific Affairs at La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology. He is awarded with National Cancer Institute Young Investigator. His work focuses on understanding biochemical changes that occur in T lymphocytes once they have been engaged by an antigen.

Cell signalling and Trafficking Subject Areas

Types of cell signalling, Signalling pathways and inhibition, Signal transduction, Intra and Extracellular signals, Cell surface receptors, Signalling networks and cell behaviour, Sensors and effectors, Ligand-receptor Network, Ion channels and gap junctions, Compartmentation of signalling systems, Molecular dynamics and kinetics, Cell-cell communication, Cell membrane fusion, Cell adhesion and migration, Cell cycle control, Chemokinesis and Chemotaxis, Cell signalling molecules, Immune cell signalling, Apoptosis and Oncogenesis, Signalling defects and disease, Signalling in systems Biology, Protein Trafficking, Molecular transport systems, Trafficking mechanism, Regulation of cell signalling.

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