Impact Factor Collection
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.
2020’S TOP CITED RESEARCH:
Nrf2 represses the onset of type 1 diabetes in non-obese diabetic mice
Yoko Yagishita 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.
2020’S TOP CITED REVIEWS:
Epigenetic responses and the developmental origins of health and disease
Dipali Goyal, Sean W Limesand, and Ravi Goyal
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.
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
Nutritional adversity, sex and reproduction: 30 years of DOHaD and what have we learned?
Patrycja A Jazwiec and Deborah M Sloboda