Anatomy & Cell Biology (Anat Cell Biol, ACB, pISSN 2093-3665/eISSN 2093-3673) is an international forum for multi-perspective discussion of all fields of anatomy, particularly the field of cell biology based on anatomy. The journal publishes papers from basic to applied fields, and covers studies of all levels of biological organizations in human and animal models. Studies with an integrative perspective of anatomical structures at several levels of organization from molecules to living organisms are particularly welcome. ACB’s broad audience ranges from molecular biologists to clinicians. All manuscripts receive prompt editorial attention and rigorous peer review process under the supervision of the Editor-in-Chief and the Editorial Board. ACB features 1) original articles, 2) review articles, 3) case reports, and 4) Letters-to-editor.
ACB published the first issue as volume 43, number 1 in March, 2010 and is the official journal of Korean Association of Anatomists
(KAA), succeeding Korean Journal of Anatomy (ISSN 1225-1305) that started in 1958. ACB is published quarterly on the last day of March, June, September, and December.
All materials published in ACB are copyrighted by KAA. Copyright assignment and duality of interest disclosure forms (found in the back of each issue) must be signed by all authors and returned to the editorial office before a manuscript is published. Requests for permission to use figures of tables or to adapt of reprint articles from this journal should be sent by letter or fax to the Editor-In-Chief.
Manuscripts for submission to ACB should be prepared according to Instructions for authors which can be found at our website (http://acbjournal.org/index.php?body=instructions).
All manuscripts must be submitted online (http://www.acbjournal.com/submission/Login.html).
Copyright and duality of interest forms should be faxed to (82) 2-393-8076. Submission and publication do not incur any charge.
ACB is listed in Scopus, PubMed, PubMed Central (PMC), EBSCO, KoreaMed, Synapse, ESCI, Google Scholar, and WorldWideScience.
This work was supported by the Korean Federation of Science and Technology Societies Grant funded by the Korean Government(Ministry of Education).
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