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Focus & Scope
Journal of Endocrinological Science is the leading peer-reviewed, open access, international scientific journal for endocrine research and cutting-edge clinical practice reviews. The journal publishes polished and concise articles on topics covering basic, translational and clinical aspects of endocrinology, from up-to-date treatments of endocrine diseases to new progresses in molecular biology.
The goal of the journal is to provide latest research on subcellular mechanisms to whole animal physiology. To succeed this goal, the journal brings out original research papers on human, animal and cell culture reports significant to endocrinology. The journal comprises all aspects related to clinical, sub-molecular, molecular genetics, cellular pathophysiological, epidemiological, gynecological, neurological and biochemical issues of endocrinology. It includes receptors and mechanism of hormones, detection and measurement of hormones, structure and chemical properties of hormones and receptors, mechanism of action of extracellular signals and role and action of intracellular signals such as calcium; energy balance, bones and minerals balance, reproductive cell function, growth factor, control of channels, transporters, and membrane functions, the secretion of hypothalamic hormones for regulation of neurotransmitters, oncogenes, pituitary peptides, Insulin and diabetes, and other newly emerging endocrine-related topics.
Leptin Gene and Receptor Mutations and its Association with Obesity and Overweight: A Mini Review
Lorena V. Rincones Rojas, Amenaida C. Ferrer Marcano, Juan S. Mojica Muñoz, Angelica M. García, Luis G. Celis
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