"Innovations in Cell Communication and Signaling" is an international peer-reviewed open-access journal that focuses on the latest advances in cell signaling, communication, and their applications in various fields. The journal aims to provide a platform for researchers, scholars, and practitioners to publish their innovative and cutting-edge research findings, review articles, and perspectives in the field of cell communication and signaling.


The journal covers a wide range of topics related to cell communication and signaling, including but not limited to:

  1. Molecular signaling pathways
  2. Intracellular signaling cascades
  3. Intercellular signaling
  4. Receptor-ligand interactions
  5. Signal transduction mechanisms
  6. Membrane trafficking and vesicular transport
  7. Cytoskeleton and cell migration
  8. Cell adhesion and extracellular matrix
  9. Signaling in development and differentiation
  10. Signaling in disease and pathology
  11. Cancer signaling and therapeutic targets
  12. Neurotransmission and neuronal signaling
  13. Sensory signaling and perception
  14. Immunological signaling and response
  15. Microbial signaling and communication
  16. Systems biology of signaling networks
  17. Emerging technologies in cell signaling research
  18. Pharmacology and drug discovery in cell signaling

The journal welcomes original research articles, review articles, perspectives, and short communications that focus on the above-mentioned topics or other relevant areas of cell communication and signaling research. We also encourage submission of interdisciplinary studies that integrate the fields of cell biology, biochemistry, biophysics, genetics, neuroscience, immunology, pharmacology, and computational biology.

We prioritize high-quality research that advances our understanding of the molecular mechanisms and functional significance of cell signaling pathways. The journal is committed to providing a fair and rigorous peer-review process to ensure the scientific accuracy, validity, and reliability of the published articles. Our aim is to serve as a valuable resource for the scientific community and contribute to the advancement of the field of cell communication and signaling.


Below are some of the keywords and sub-topics that relate to the journal "Innovations in Cell Communication and Signaling":

  1. Signal transduction
  2. G protein-coupled receptors
  3. Tyrosine kinases
  4. Phosphorylation
  5. Second messengers
  6. Intracellular signaling pathways
  7. Membrane proteins
  8. Ion channels
  9. Calcium signaling
  10. MAP kinase signaling
  11. NF-kappaB signaling
  12. Wnt signaling
  13. Hedgehog signaling
  14. Notch signaling
  15. TGF-beta signaling
  16. JAK/STAT signaling
  17. PI3K/Akt signaling
  18. cAMP/PKA signaling
  19. Protein-protein interactions
  20. Signalosome
  21. Ubiquitination
  22. Autophagy
  23. Endocytosis
  24. Exocytosis
  25. Epigenetic signaling
  26. Post-transcriptional regulation
  27. Non-coding RNAs
  28. Cell adhesion molecules
  29. Integrins
  30. Cadherins
  31. Selectins
  32. Laminins
  33. Extracellular matrix
  34. Basement membrane
  • Cell polarity
  1. Cell migration
  • Cell signaling in development
  • Stem cell signaling
  • Regeneration signaling
  1. Cell signaling in cancer
  2. Oncogenes
  3. Tumor suppressors
  4. Epithelial-mesenchymal transition
  5. Angiogenesis
  6. Cancer therapy targets
  7. Neurotransmitters
  8. Intracellular signaling pathways
  9. Ion channels
  10. Kinase inhibitors
  11. Lipid signaling
  12. Long non-coding RNA
  13. Membrane receptors
  • Metabolism and signaling
  1. MicroRNAs
  2. Molecular dynamics simulations
  • Neurotransmitters and signaling
  1. Nuclear receptors
  2. Omics approaches to signaling
  3. Oncogenes and tumor suppressors
  4. Oxidative stress and signaling
  5. P53 signaling
  6. Peptide signaling
  7. Phosphatases
  8. Phospholipids
  • Post-transcriptional regulation
  1. Protein aggregation and signaling
  • Protein modification and signaling
  • Protein-protein interactions
  • Receptor tyrosine kinases
  1. Second messengers
  2. Signal transduction in development
  3. Signal transduction in disease
  • Signaling in aging
  1. Signaling in immunity
  2. Signaling in inflammation
  • Signaling in metabolism
  1. Signaling in stem cells
  2. Signaling pathways in cancer
  3. Signaling regulation
  4. Single-cell signaling
  5. Structural biology of signaling proteins
  6. Systems biology of signaling
  • Targeted therapy in signaling pathways
  1. TGF-beta signaling
  2. Toll-like receptors
  • Transcription factors and signaling
  1. Transmembrane signaling
  2. Tyrosine phosphatases
  3. Ubiquitination and signaling
  4. Wnt signaling
  5. Zinc finger proteins and signaling
  6. Zygotic genome activation
  • Evolution of cell communication
  1. Endocytosis and exocytosis
  2. Cell signaling pathways
  • Cell signaling regulation
  1. Signal transduction
  2. Receptor signaling
  3. Inter-cellular communication
  4. Signal amplification
  5. Cell-cell signaling
  6. Cell-matrix signaling
  7. Extracellular matrix signaling
  8. Signaling and gene expression
  9. Signaling and cellular differentiation
  10. Signal transduction in cancer
  11. Signaling in immune response
  12. Signaling in inflammation
  13. Signaling in development and tissue regeneration
  14. Intracellular communication
  15. Neuronal signaling
  16. Glial cell signaling
  17. Signaling in neurodegenerative diseases
  18. Cellular communication and aging
  19. Therapeutic targeting of signaling pathways
  20. Signal transduction inhibitors
  21. Signaling and drug resistance
  22. Synthetic biology of cell signaling
  23. Emerging technologies in signaling research
  24. Single-cell signaling analysis
  25. High-throughput screening of signaling pathways
  26. Signaling databases and computational models
  27. Signaling networks and systems biology
  28. Multi-omics analysis of signaling pathways
  29. Spatial-temporal dynamics of signaling

Some additional keywords include:

  1. signaling molecules,
  2. protein phosphorylation,
  3. signalosomes,
  4. secondary messengers,
  5. G protein-coupled receptors,
  6. ion channels,
  7. kinases,
  8. phosphatases,
  9. signal integration,
  10. signal modulation,
  11. ligand-receptor interactions,
  12. MAPK pathway,
  13. PI3K-Akt pathway,
  14. JAK-STAT pathway,
  15. Wnt signaling,
  16. Hedgehog signaling,
  17. Notch signaling,
  18. TGF-β signaling,
  19. cytokines,
  20. growth factors,
  21. receptors,
  22. scaffolding proteins,
  23. transcription factors,
  25. intracellular signaling pathways,
  26. extracellular signaling molecules and receptors,
  27. ion channels,
  28. kinase inhibitors,
  29. transcription factors and signaling,
  30. signal transduction in development and disease,
  31. signaling in aging,
  32. immunity,
  33. inflammation,
  34. targeted therapy in signaling pathways.
  35. protein-protein interactions,
  36. post-transcriptional regulation,
  37. single-cell signaling,
  38. systems biology of signaling,
  39. structural biology of signaling proteins.

The journal aims to publish original research articles, reviews, mini-reviews, perspectives, and opinions that provide insights into the latest advances in cell communication and signaling. Our scope includes but is not limited to the molecular mechanisms underlying intracellular and extracellular signaling pathways, the role of different signaling molecules and receptors, and their implications in various physiological and pathological conditions. We also welcome submissions on the development of innovative technologies and tools to study signaling pathways, as well as computational approaches to model and simulate signaling events.

We strive to be a platform for interdisciplinary research in cell communication and signaling, promoting collaborations between researchers from different fields, including molecular and cellular biology, biochemistry, pharmacology, genetics, biophysics, and computational biology. Our ultimate goal is to foster a deeper understanding of the complex signaling networks that regulate cellular processes and to inspire the development of novel therapies for human diseases.

The journal also welcomes submissions on novel signaling molecules and pathways, such as long non-coding RNA, microRNAs, and zinc finger proteins, as well as on signaling events in specific cell types or organs, such as stem cells, neurons, and the immune system.

Overall, the journal seeks to be a premier destination for researchers and practitioners in the field of cell communication and signaling, providing a platform for the exchange of ideas and the dissemination of cutting-edge research. Our open access policy ensures that our articles are freely available to readers worldwide, promoting the widest possible dissemination of knowledge in this important field.