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Aims and scope

Vascular Cell represents an open access medical journalwhich focuses on publication of a wide range of topics related to endothelial “vascular cell” and system physiopathology including neovascularization and angiogenesis. As the field of vascular research is continuously expanding, thorough high impact data reported by developmental, experimental and clinical studies we believe that “vascular cell” represents a crucial factor in numerous pathological settings such as: cancer, stroke, myocardial infarction or atherosclerosis. Therefore, an efficient manipulation of angiogenesis and vascular cell is of paramount importance for the clinical outcome in numerous diseases.

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An ectopic intramedullary hematopoietic niche in a cervical spine meniscoid

Case Report published in Vascular Cell 9(1):3 on 2017-12-15
Scott F Farrell, Eugen B Petcu, Jon Cornwall, Darren A Rivett, Peter G Osmotherly

Development of an ImageJ-based method for analysing the developing zebrafish vasculature

Methodology and Protocols published in Vascular Cell 9(1):2 on 2017-12-15
Victoria Simms, Roy Bicknell, Victoria Lowdon Heath

Erratum to: ‘Normal endothelial but impaired arterial development in MAP-Kinase activated protein kinase 2 (MK2) deficient mice’

Erratum published in Vascular Cell 9(1):1 on 2016-12-23
L. Christian Napp, Olga Jabs, Anna Höckelmann, Jochen Dutzmann, Piyushkumar R. Kapopara, Daniel G. Sedding, Matthias Gaestel, Johann Bauersachs, Udo Bavendiek

Normal endothelial but impaired arterial development in MAP-Kinase activated protein kinase 2 (MK2) deficient mice

Letter to the editor published in Vascular Cell 8(1):4 on 2016-10-21
L. Christian Napp, Olga Jabs, Anna Höckelmann, Jochen Dutzmann, Piyushkumar R. Kapopara, Daniel G. Sedding, Matthias Gaestel, Johann Bauersachs, Udo Bavendiek

Angiogenic and anti-inflammatory properties of micro-fragmented fat tissue and its derived mesenchymal stromal cells

Original Research published in Vascular Cell 8(1):3 on 2016-08-18
Valentina Ceserani, Anna Ferri, Angiola Berenzi, Anna Benetti, Emilio Ciusani, Luisa Pascucci, Cinzia Bazzucchi, Valentina Coccè, Arianna Bonomi, Augusto Pessina, Erica Ghezzi, Offer Zeira, Piero Ceccarelli, Silvia Versari, Carlo Tremolada, Giulio Alessandri

A novel endothelial-derived anti-inflammatory activity significantly inhibits spontaneous choroidal neovascularisation in a mouse model

Original Research published in Vascular Cell 8(1):2 on 2016-05-11
Laura Paneghetti, Yin-Shan Eric Ng

A novel mutation in CELSR1 is associated with hereditary lymphedema

Case Report published in Vascular Cell 8(1):1 on 2016-02-05
M. L. Gonzalez-Garay, M. B. Aldrich, J. C. Rasmussen, R. Guilliod, P. E. Lapinski, P. D. King, E. M. Sevick-Muraca

Vascular Notch proteins and Notch signaling in the peri-implantation mouse uterus

Original Research published in Vascular Cell 7(1):9 on 2015-12-01
Carrie J. Shawber, Lu Lin, Maria Gnarra, Mark V. Sauer, Virginia E. Papaioannou, Jan K. Kitajewski, Nataki C. Douglas

Mechanical stretch: physiological and pathological implications for human vascular endothelial cells

Review published in Vascular Cell 7(1):8 on 2015-09-18
Nurul F. Jufri, Abidali Mohamedali, Alberto Avolio, Mark S. Baker

Variability in vascular smooth muscle cell stretch-induced responses in 2D culture

Review published in Vascular Cell 7(1):7 on 2015-08-21
Laura-Eve Mantella, Adrian Quan, Subodh Verma
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About our affiliations

The Australasian Immunohistochemistry Society (AIS)

The Australasian Immunohistochemistry Society (AIS) (http://aaihc.org.au/) fully endorses Vascular Cell. The Australasian Immunohistochemistry Society (AIS) represents a hub of knowledge aiming to advance knowledge by the collaborative effort of experts from all areas of biomedical sciences and histopathology with interest in diagnostic and research immunohistochemistry. The Australasian Immunohistochemistry Society (AIS) supports the progress in the filed through its regular international workshops and scientific meetings (http://dihc.org.au/).

Members of The Australasian Immunohistochemistry Society (AIS) will receive a 10% discount on Vascular Cell's article-processing charge when they provide a discount code (which members can obtain by emailing the Australasian Immunohistochemistry Society) during the submission process.


North American Vascular Biology Organization (NAVBO)

Vascular Cell is affiliated with the North American Vascular Biology Organization (NAVBO). The purpose of the Society is to provide a forum whereby members disseminate and share knowledge related to the scientific field of vascular biology, to ensure the translation of knowledge from basic science to clinical practice. NAVBO supports and organizes meetings and workshops, and maintains an interactive website linking the vascular biology community.

Members of NAVBO will receive a 10% discount on Vascular Cell's article-processing charge when they provide a discount code (which members can obtain by emailing NAVBO) during the submission process.