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Aims & Scope
Advances in Cellular and Molecular Otolaryngology focuses on the broad area of in vitro and in vivo studies on the cellular and molecular biology and pathophysiology of otolaryngological diseases, and related sciences. Being both open access and interdisciplinary the journal aims to reach the wider scientific community via the web and thereby be conducive to a better understanding of the mechanisms underlying ENT and Head & Neck diseases, which ultimately leads to the development of new and efficient treatment modalities for patients.
The journal publishes research results in the form of peer reviewed original research articles, short reports, and review articles, in addition to editorials, commentaries and letters to the editor – all covering emerging concepts in the growing interdisciplinary field of cellular and molecular otolaryngology.
Advances in Cellular and Molecular Otolaryngology publishes research results in the form of peer reviewed original research articles, short reports, and review articles, in addition to editorials, commentaries and letters to the editor – all covering emerging concepts in the growing interdisciplinary field of cellular and molecular otolaryngology. The journal seeks high-quality submissions from physicians and biomedical scientists. Research areas include but are not limited to:
- Airways allergy
- Biological chemistry of proteins
- Immunologic surveillance and tumor immunity
- Ototoxicity & hearing science
- Vestibulotoxicity and equilibrium science
- Voice and vocal folds
The standard article publishing charge (APC) for this journal is: €1350/$1525/£1175, for up to 7 pages. Articles exceeding 7 typeset pages incur an additional charge of: €65/$73/£57 per page. Depending on your location, these charges may be subject to local taxes.
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- Editor-in-Chief: Amr El-Shazly MD, PhD, Liège University Hospital, Belgium
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Click on the links below to gain access to previously published papers from Advances in Cellular and Molecular Otolaryngology.
- Sanam Lathief, Avin Pothuloori, Xiaoying Liu & Sushela Chaidarun
Optical coherence tomography in the laryngeal arytenoid mucosa for documentation of pharmacological treatments and genetic aspects: a protocol
- Mette Pedersen, Anne Agersted, Bilal Akram, Shezad Mahmood, Anders Jønsson & Sanila Mahmood
Tissue engineering for temporomandibular joint disc repair and regeneration: a methodological perspective
- Pedro Morouço, David Ângelo, Luís Francisco, Carla Moura & Nuno Alves
- Corisande Baldwin, Nikolaus Ernst Wolter & Christian Pagnoux