Scope of Special Journal of Anatomy and Physiology Research [SJ-APR] will focus on Research on embryology including but not limited to the following topics:
- Evolution of anteroposterior patterning of the limb,
- Molecular embryology of social competence,
- a novelty in human germline gene editing,
- Proteomics of single human embryos prior to implantation,
- laterality in conjoined twins,
- early development and neurogenesis,
- Embryo quality and oocyte composition,
- Embryology of Heart Development and Regeneration,
- Embryonic bio models as pharmaceutical bioreactors in the study of human diseases, embryology of Self-fertilization
Body structure Anatomy
Special Journal of Anatomy and Physiology Research [SJ-APR] deals with the structure of the entire body systems and their inter-connection to make a whole human being. We intend to establish a hub that can draw attention to bring scientific findings, new techniques, and opinions on anatomy to a wide audience of scholars, educators, and information specialists around the globe.
It also helps to promote communication among fellow academicians and researchers worldwide. Articles covering bioinformatics and other topics that clarify or provide tools for functional anatomical understanding as well as multi-disciplinary studies in more than one of these areas are also welcomed.
Special Journal of Anatomy and Physiology Research [SJ-APR] will accept theoretical, conceptual, and clinical aspects of human Anatomy. The main objective of this journal is to support and disseminate the research done in the areas of human anatomy. It is expected that this journal helps researchers to exchange their knowledge and views all over the world.
Authors are encouraged to submit the article as research articles, review articles, editorial, case reports, short communication, in all areas of human Anatomy.
The broad scope of Special Journal of Anatomy and Physiology Research [SJ-APR]
- Anatomy case reports
- Anatomy teaching and learning methods
- Cell biology
- Clinical anatomy
- Comparative functional morphology
- Developmental anatomy
- Developmental biology
- Evolutionary and comparative anatomy
- Forensic anatomy
- Functional human anatomy
- Gross and clinical anatomy
- Integrative vertebrate paleontology
- Methodological innovations in anatomical research
- Microscopic and molecular anatomy
- Molecular biology
- Musculoskeletal system
- Novel developments in anatomical education
- Pathological anatomy
- Rare anomalies in dissection
- Rare images in dissection hall
- Regional anatomy
- Reproductive biology
- Surface anatomy
- Surgical anatomy
- Significant advances in
- Tissue architecture
- Evolutionary morphology
Attention will be given to experimental studies within the scope of this journal of significance. that provide new insights into any of these areas. Multi-disciplinary studies are also welcomed The Editors will also consider publishing Letters (1-2 pages) on scientific issues of clear relevance to the scope of interest of the Journal. We will also publish Anatomical Variations in gross, radiological, neuroanatomical, surgical anatomy, and case reports in clinical anatomy.
Anatomy of the systems
We want manuscripts that deal with the: circulatory, digestive, endocrine, immune, lymphatic, nervous, muscular, reproductive, skeletal, respiratory, urinary, and integumentary.
Anatomy of the vital organs
Humans have five vital organs that are essential for survival. These are the brain, heart, kidneys, liver, and lungs. We want papers dealing with a clearer understanding of their function and uses in the general body system
Special Journal of Anatomy and Physiology Research [SJ-APR] will accept and publish papers that shed light on the challenges with current approaches to both finding and testing novel treatments for the brain. We want papers that seek to outline the numerous hypotheses related to disease causality and require a safe and efficacious method that can be demonstrated to be effective in the human disease state.
Special Journal of Anatomy wants papers about the majority of the biological systems in which Non-Clinical endpoints are being evaluated are highly sophisticated, and synthetically engineered models of hypothetical concepts of the disease causality rather than true reflections of the human disease state, with many, if not all, transgenic mouse models, recapitulating the molecular hypothesis of disease causality rather than the disease.
High reductionist mode
Special Journal of Anatomy wants papers dealing with the NCEs are tested in a highly reductionist mode, with both the NCEs and the models representing a self-contained loop that lacks real relevance to the actual disease, thus achieving Glass Bead Game status. We want papers with details on the genetic findings that have been applied to understanding causality that has been controversial in that they have not been replicable and have usually focused on familial rather than the more typical idiopathic forms of the disease.
Special Journal of Anatomy and Physiology Research [SJ-APR] wants papers that shed more light on the anticipated endpoints to measure the effects of NCEs that modify disease outcomes in AD and PD are complex, require large patient cohorts, and are lengthy. This necessitates biomarker approaches for both disease diagnosis and assessment of disease progression that are as predictively robust and noninvasive as possible. To date, such biomarkers have been difficult to validate.
Special Journal of Anatomy and Physiology Research [SJ-APR] want papers with, likely approaches that could have major benefits if used early enough in the disease process usually prove ineffective at advanced disease stages, further elaborating on the urgency for biomarkers.
The scope of the Special Journal of Anatomy and Physiology Research and Disease Markers [SJ-APR] will accept for peer review and publication original and previously unpublished manuscripts in the following areas of Physiology
Aquatic physiology scope
The journal will accept papers that deal with the physiology of animals that inhabit the aquatic ecosystem: from marine to freshwater habitats, from single-celled organisms to mammals, and from functional genomics to functional morphology. We are going to accept for consideration manuscripts that deal with the physical and chemical challenges about the origin of Life in an aqueous environment, and existing aquatic species.
Such challenges include but may not be limited to ion and volume regulation, movement and migration, gas exchange and cardiovascular function, acid-base regulation, feeding and digestion, waste excretion, thermoregulation, sensory perception, and reproduction are dictated by the constraints of salinity, viscosity, gas solubility, pressure, availability of ionic species, water currents, ambient light and sound, seasonal dehydration and thermal changes, and pollution.
Computational physiology scope
We want papers that deal with many areas of computational physiological medicine such as development and mechanistic models of biological systems in disease, personalizing these models using patient data, and applying them to improve disease diagnosis and treatment so as to improve capacity in result-oriented disease diagnosis.
We want papers that deal with shades light on the disease and its treatment as a basis for the development of models that cut across multiple levels of biological organization and models of disease that integrate information from the level of molecular networks to cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems.
Multi-scale modeling scope
We want papers that use a multi-scale modeling approach to outline applications in resolving chronic debilitating diseases such as cancer, diabetes, heart and brain disease, and others.
Computational models are typically developed using data obtained from animal experimental models of disease and are then specialized using more limited human data sets.
Among computational models of various physiological systems, the heart is one of the most highly advanced examples of a “virtual organ.” Since then, myocyte modeling has progressed rapidly by incorporating descriptions of many different subcellular processes and the ways they regulate properties such as the action
We want papers on integrative Physiology dealing
with organisms as functioning systems of molecules, cells, tissues, and organs
with emphasis on whole-body function, and its applications to human health and disease,
We are looking for papers that deal with how our bodies’ structures and functions are altered when people are exposed to acute and chronic bouts of exercise and how it varies with the training of athletes and sports performance. We want papers that deal with the role of fat as the major energy source during rest and light exercise and also how carbohydrates (CHO) increasingly remain the primary source as exercise intensity increases with the ultimate goal of increasing CHO stores, decrease the rate of CHO use, improve diet and the physiology of overtraining as a tool for the design of the program to reduce risk.
We want papers that will outline the pattern of body response to an individual bout of an intense or regulated exercise. Some of the examples of the changes may be to the heart rate, respiration rate, skin and deep body temperature, and muscle activity and how these examples are affected by factors such as temperature, humidity, amount of light, noise, and last meal. Including chronic physiological adaptations to training and how the body may wish to adapt over time to the stress of repeated but regulated exercise bouts
- Aquatic Physiology
- Avian Physiology
- Autonomic Neuroscience
- Biophysics and Epithelial Physiology
- Cardiac Electrophysiology
- Placenta, Pregnancy and Perinatal Physiology
- Renal, Respiratory Physiology
- Molecular and Cellular
- Muscle and Neurosciences
- Special senses and chronobiology
- Clinical and Translational Physiology
- Reproduction and Respiratory Physiology
- Craniofacial Biology and Dental Research
- Embryonic and Developmental Physiology
- Environmental, Aviation and Space Physiology
- Exercise and sports Physiology
- Fractal and Network Physiology
- Gastrointestinal Sciences
- Integrative Physiology and Invertebrate Physiology
- Lipid and Fatty Acid Research
Physiology and Medicine
- Computational Physiology and Medicine
- Medical Physics and Imaging
- Striated Muscle Physiology and Systems Biology
- Membrane Physiology and Membrane Biophysics
- Mitochondrial Research and Oxidant Physiology
- Red Blood Cell Physiology and Vascular Physiology
- Gastrointestinal or Alimentary canal and Cardiovascular
- Computational Physiology and Modelling
- Endocrine, Nutrition, and Metabolism