Journals by Subject
Cell BiologyAccess restricted to Stanford unless otherwise noted
- Molecular and cellular neuroscience v. 1-, 1990-, ScienceDirect
- Molecular cytogenetics v. 1-, 2008-, PubMed Centralv. 1-, 2008- BioMed Central
- Molecules and cells v. 10, 27-, 2001, 2009-, Springerv. 31-, 2011- Full text delayed 12 months PubMed Centralv. 9-17, no. 1, 1999-2004. Acad Search Premv. 11-26, 2001-08. KSMCB
- Monoclonal antibodies in immunodiagnosis and immunotherapy v. 32-, 2013-, Liebert
- Monographs in clinical cytology v. 14-, 1997-, Karger
- Neuro-Signals v. 11-, 2002-, Karger
- Open cell signaling journal v. 1-4, 2009-12., Bentham open
- Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity v. 1-3 ; 2011-, 2008-2010 ; 2011-, PMCv. 1-3 ; 2011-, 2008-10 ; 2011- Hindawi
- Pigment cell & melanoma research v. 21-, 2008-, Wileyv. 21-, 2008- Full text delayed 12 months Acad Search Prem
- Pigment cell research v. 1-20, 1987-2007., Wileyv. 12-20, 1999-2007. Acad Search Prem
- Plant, cell & environment v. 1-, 1978-, Wileyv. 21-, 1998- Full text delayed 12 months Acad Search Prem
- Progress in histochemistry and cytochemistry v. 1-, 1970-, ScienceDirect
- Protein & cell v. 1-, 2010-, Springerv. 5-, 2014- PubMed Central
- Proteins and cell regulation v. 3-, 2005-, Springer
- Purinergic signalling v. 1-, 2004-, Springer
- Receptors & channels v. 8-10, 2002-04., Informa Healthcare
- Redox biology v. 1-, 2013-, ScienceDirectv. 1-, 2013- PubMed Central
- Regeneration v. 1-, 2014-, Wiley
- Regenerative medicine v. 1-, 2006-, Future Medicine
- Results and problems in cell differentiation v. 41-, 2006-, Springer
- Scanning v. 16-, 1994-, Wiley
- Science signaling v. 1-, 2008-, HighWire
- Seminars in cell & developmental biology v. 7-, 1996-, ScienceDirect
- Seminars in cell biology v. 3-6, 1992-95., ScienceDirect
- Stem cell reports v. 1-, 2013-, ScienceDirectv. 1-, 2013- PubMed Central
- Stem cell research v. 1-, 2007-, ScienceDirect
- Stem cell research & therapy v. 1-, 2010-, PMC, Full text delayed 12 monthsv. 1-, 2010- Full text delayed 12 months except research articles which are available now BioMed Central
- Stem cell reviews v. 1-4, 2005-08., Springer
- Stem cell reviews and reports v. 5-, 2009-, Springer
- Stem cells (Dayton, Ohio) v. 11-, 1993-, Wiley
- Stem cells and cancer stem cells v. 1-, 2012-, Springer
- Stem cells and cloning v. 1-, 2008-, PubMed Centralv. 1-, 2008- Dove Press
- Stem cells international v. 2010-, 2010-, PMCv. 2010-, 2010- Sage-Hindawi
- Stem cells translational medicine v. 1-, 2012-, PubMed Central, Full text delayed 12 months
- StemBook 2008-, NCBICellular and nuclear reprogramming - Ectoderm specification and differentiation - Endoderm specification and differentiation - Epigenetics - Genomics and proteomics - Germ cell and somatic stem cell biology in reproduction - Mesoderm specification and differentiation - Niche biology, homing, and migration - Renewal - Stem cell immunology - Therapeutic prospects - Tissue engineering.
- Sub-cellular biochemistry v. 38-, 2005-, Springer, Some volumes published out of sequence.
- Tissue barriers v. 1-, 2013-, PubMed Central, Full text delayed 12 months
- Trends in cell biology v. 1-, 1991-, ScienceDirect
- Vascular cell v. 3-, 2011-, BioMed Centralv. 3-, 2011- PMC
- Virchows Archiv v. 424-, 1994-, Springer
- Virchows Archiv. B, Cell pathology v. 1-29, 1968-79., Springer
- Virchows Archiv. B, Cell pathology including molecular pathology v. 30-64, 1979-93., Springer
- Wiley Interdisciplinary reviews. Membrane transport and signaling v. 1-, 2012-, Wiley
- World journal of stem cells v. 1-, 2009-, PMCv. 1-, 2009- Baishideng
- Yakhteh v. 1-12, 1999-2010., Cell J
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