Animal Model in Biomedical Research
Animals have long been used in biomedical reseach and contributed to finding solutions to biological and medical issues. Laboratory animal models have been developed for the study of human diseases; as a result, they have contributed to improving human health by helping scientists better understand disease physiopathology and thus more accurately identify molecular targets of drug treatment. Today, a variety of animal models are still being developed and are currently being utilized for research purposes in laboratories.
Therefore, this Topic will consider articles on all types of in vivo studies with animal models including genetics, behavioural, diseases models, and bioinformatics. Additionally, we also welcome submission of research focusing on the physiopathology of diseases, molecular mechanisms and actions of biologically active compounds in animal disease models.
Prof. Dr. Marc Ekker
Dr. Dong Kwon Yang
- animal models
- in vivo study
- bioactive compounds
- disease model
- preclinical compounds testing
|Journal Name||Impact Factor||CiteScore||Launched Year||First Decision (median)||APC|
|4.7||3.7||2013||14.7 Days||CHF 2600|
|5.4||6.9||2009||17 Days||CHF 2900|
|4.6||4.7||2004||15.7 Days||CHF 2900|
|5.2||7.4||2009||18.2 Days||CHF 2900|
|7.8||7.0||2013||17.6 Days||CHF 2700|
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- Animal Model in Biomedical Research, 2nd Volume (12 articles)