Aims and scope

Aims and scope

Cancer Cell International publishes articles on all aspects of cancer cell biology, originating largely from work using cell culture techniques.

Much of cancer work relates to biological experiments in which cells are grown in vitro, in two- or three-dimensional systems. Such experiments have provided crucial data in many fields, from the chemoattraction of immune cells or blood vessel endothelial cells (angiogenesis), to measurements of effective doses of drugs, irradiation and other modalities. Cancer Cell International considers manuscripts that include animal work (in vivo) only if the work is a logical progression from previous work in vitro.

As an established journal, Cancer Cell International publishes many interesting articles from all over the world. It serves a particular need where wide communication of data is required, especially from countries that have a lower profile than many Western countries in biomedical publishing.

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