Published by Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the Anatomical Society of
Great Britain and Ireland
Aging Cell is a new journal aiming to publish novel and exciting science
which addresses fundamental issues in the biology of aging. All areas of
aging biology are welcome in the journal and the experimental approaches
used can be wide-ranging.
With the rapid developments in genomic sequencing and analysis, and
availability of new technologies to analyse functional genomics and
proteomics, the combined powers of genetics, biochemistry and cell
biology are leading to the very rapid production of new information.
Aging Cell welcomes the results of these programmes.
Aging Cell was launched in October 2002 and is published bimonthly.
Article types include:
* novel, peer-reviewed research, concentrating in the areas
* reviews and minireviews including assessments of high-profile
research, book reviews etc.
* commentaries, both introducing current papers published in the
Journal and directing readers attention to important articles in other
* proceedings of symposia relating to new areas in the field
* development and criticism of general theories of biological ageing.
Print ISSN: 1474-9718
Online ISSN: 1474-9728
Editor-in-Chief of Aging Cell:
Tim Cowen PhD
Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology
University College London
Royal Free Campus
Rowland Hill Street
London NW3 2PF, UK
Contents available by subscription.
Current Issue: Volume 3: Issue 3, June 2004
Date: 24 May 2004