Impact Factor Collection


Journal of Endocrinology impact factor graphic

The Journal of Endocrinology’s 2020 impact factor has risen to 4.286, with the five-year measure increasing to 4.971. The journal now ranks 61 out of 145 journals in the Endocrinology and Metabolism category.

We extend our thanks to the world-class Editors, authors, reviewers and readers who continue to support the journal.




Inhibitors of apoptosis protect the ovarian reserve from cyclophosphamide
Yi Luan et al.

Nrf2 represses the onset of type 1 diabetes in non-obese diabetic mice
Yoko Yagishita et al.

Baicalin alleviates hyperglycemia-induced endothelial impairment via Nrf2
Gen Chen et al.

Effect of exercise and butyrate supplementation on microbiota composition and lipid metabolism
Chunxia Yu et al.

CoQ10 ameliorates mitochondrial dysfunction in diabetic nephropathy through mitophagy
Jia Sun et al.

Short-term strength training reduces gluconeogenesis and NAFLD in obese mice
Rodrigo Martins Pereira et al.

Central growth hormone signaling is not required for the timing of puberty
Tabata M Bohlen et al.

Early genistein exposure of California mice and effects on the gut microbiota-brain axis
Brittney L Marshall et al.

Irisin in the primate hypothalamus and its effect on GnRH in vitro.
Fazal Wahab et al.

Organoids from pituitary as a novel research model toward pituitary stem cell exploration
Benoit Cox et al.




Epigenetic responses and the developmental origins of health and disease
Dipali Goyal, Sean W Limesand, and Ravi Goyal

Inhibitors of apoptosis protect the ovarian reserve from cyclophosphamide
Yi Luan et al.

The melanocortin pathway and control of appetite-progress and therapeutic implications
Giulia Baldini and Kevin D Phelan

Adipose tissue browning in mice and humans
Carsten T Herz and Florian W Kiefer

New insights into the secretory functions of brown adipose tissue
Joan Villarroya et al.

Androgens and ovarian function: translation from basic discovery research to clinical impact
K A Walters et al.

Periconceptional environment and the developmental origins of disease
Miguel A Velazquez, Tom P Fleming, and Adam J Watkins

Germline and mosaic mutations causing pituitary tumours: genetic and molecular aspects
Sara Pepe, Marta Korbonits, and Donato Iacovazzo

Epidemiological evidence for the developmental origins of health and disease: effects of prenatal undernutrition in humans
Tessa J Roseboom

Nutritional adversity, sex and reproduction: 30 years of DOHaD and what have we learned?
Patrycja A Jazwiec and Deborah M Sloboda