Journal of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics-Helix
Journal of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics and Medicine aims to link theory, biological data, and clinical practice with the goal of advancing the application of the latest developments in physiology. Articles include original basic, clinical, translational, and laboratory research, opinions, critiques, and discussion about the latest research findings and techniques, and case studies. Topics are interdisciplinary and include biophysical therapy and modeling, spectroscopy imaging, supramolecular assemblies, bioenergetics, nucleic acids, proteins, and channels, receptors, and electrical signaling, electrophysiology, and membranes. The journal’s audience is a mix of researchers, clinical practitioners, and academics interested in the latest developments, research, and discussion in the fields of physiology and cellular biophysics in relation to the practice of medicine.
One Year Institutional
published 4 times a year