Cells Tissues Organs

International journal of cell and developmental biology, tissue engineering, and in vitro systems

‘Cells Tissues Organs’ offers rapid exchange of information gained from experimental and theoretical investigations on all aspects of the formation and transformation of biological structure. CTO emphasizes cell biology, developmental biology and neuroscience. Further, it focuses on the emerging fields of tissue engineering, artificial organs, in vitro systems, transplantation biology and computational neuroscience – areas where the discoveries of the former are beginning to be used in novel and systematic ways. High-quality papers from more traditional fields of biology will also be accepted. CTO offers a rapid and fair peer-review and exquisite production quality. In the section ‘Patent Watch’, new patent submissions and patents granted are listed and briefly described. Special topic issues highlight areas of recent research interest.

Founded 1945 as 'Acta Anatomica' by R. Chambers, G. Glimstedt, T. Peterfi and G. Wolf-Heidegger

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