Impact Factor Collection
The Journal of Endocrinology’s 2019 Impact Factor is 4.041, with the five-year measure increasing to 4.711.
To celebrate Journal of Endocrinology’s new Impact Factor, the Editorial Team have compiled a collection of highly cited articles contributing to the latest Impact Factor.
Highly cited in 2019
Mechanisms of β-cell dedifferentiation in diabetes: recent findings and future research directions
Mohammed Bensellam, Jean-Christophe Jonas and D Ross Laybutt
Gut-brain signaling in energy homeostasis: the unexpected role of microbiota-derived succinate
Filipe de Vadder and Gilles Mithieux
Cell-secreted vesicles containing microRNAs as regulators of gamete maturation
Juliano C da Silveira et al.
Corticosteroids and the brain
Vitamin D, the placenta and early pregnancy: effects on trophoblast function
Ankana Ganguly et al.
Chemerin: a multifaceted adipokine involved in metabolic disorders
Gisela Helfer and Qing-Feng Wu
Vitamin D is crucial for maternal care and offspring social behaviour in rats
Nathanael J Yates et al.
Inducible Wnt16 inactivation: WNT16 regulates cortical bone thickness in adult mice
Claes Ohlsson et al.
Thyroid hormone receptor localization in target tissues
Cyril S Anyetei-Anum, Vincent R Roggero and Lizabeth A Allison
Role of thyroid hormone in skeletal muscle physiology
Flavia F Bloise, Aline Cordeiro and Tania Maria Ortiga-Carvalho
Sex steroid hormones as neuroprotective elements in ischemia models
Ángel Enrique Céspedes Rubio et al.
The pathogenetic role of β-cell mitochondria in type 2 diabetes
Malin Fex et al.
Kisspeptin and the control of emotions, mood and reproductive behaviour
Edouard G A Mills, Waljit S Dhillo and Alexander N Comninos
Growth hormone controls lipolysis by regulation of FSP27 expression
Rita Sharma et al.
Estrogen receptor subtypes dictate the proliferative nature of the mammary gland
Genevieve V Dall et al.