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MOLECULAR HUMAN REPRODUCTION
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期刊名称 MOLECULAR HUMAN REPRODUCTION
MOL HUM REPROD
期刊ISSN 1360-9947
期刊官方网站 http://molehr.oxfordjournals.org/
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出版商 Oxford University Press
出版周期 Monthly
始发年份 1995
年文章数 51
最新影响因子 3.636(2019)  scijournal影响因子  greensci影响因子
中科院SCI期刊分区
大类学科 小类学科 Top 综述
医学3区 DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY 发育生物学2区
OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY 妇产科学2区
REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY 生殖生物学2区
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CiteScore排名 CiteScore SJR SNIP
学科 排名 百分位 3.06 1.281 0.992
Medicine
Embryology
3 / 14 82%
Medicine
Reproductive Medicine
9 / 63 86%
Medicine
Obstetrics and Gynaecology
15 / 166 91%
Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology
Developmental Biology
24 / 76 69%
Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology
Genetics
105 / 318 67%
Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology
Cell Biology
125 / 265 53%
Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology
Molecular Biology
154 / 375 59%
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自引率 4.30%
H-index 108
SCI收录状况 Science Citation Index
Science Citation Index Expanded
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PubMed Central (PML) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nlmcatalog?term=1360-9947%5BISSN%5D
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MHR publishes papers addressing the physiological, cellular, endocrinological, molecular, genetic or epigenetic aspects of reproductive science. This includes, but is not limited to, embryo development; fertilization; gametogenesis; gonad function implantation; pregnancy; and reproductive tract physiology.

We publish original research articles, reviews and correspondence. Original research articles must show how they advance the field, with novelty and scientific rigor being the two most important criteria for publication. Advances should increase biological understanding or have diagnostic or therapeutic potential.

We encourage research articles using animal models in addition to human studies. Interdisciplinary approaches are particularly welcome. We favour mechanistic papers that test a hypothesis. Clinical studies will be considered but observational clinical studies are more appropriate for submission to Human Reproduction.

The highest scientific and editorial standard is maintained throughout the journal along with a rapid rate of publication.


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Editor-in-Chief


Keith Jones

Faculty of Sciences University of Adelaide, Australia


Deputy Editor


Michele Boiani

Max-Planck-Institute for Molecular Biomedicine Cell and Developmental Biology Münster, Germany


Associate Editors


Christophe Arnoult

Grenoble Alpes University, France


Areas of interest: fertilization, infertility, spermatogenesis, spermiogenesis, acrosome reaction, andrology, sperm physiology, male infertility, Assisted reproduction technologies (ART), drug discovery for reproductive technologies, oocyte activation and PLCzeta, phospholipase in gametes, ion channels.



Alexander Beristain

University of British Columbia, Canada


Areas of interest: placenta, trophoblast, cell signalling, cell culture, cell-cell interactions, trophoblast biology, molecular and cellular biology, 3d culture systems, maternal uterine immune regulation, innate immune cell processes in pregnancy.



Josephine Bowles

University of Queensland, Australia


Areas of interest: meiosis, germ cells, molecular genetics, animal models, differentiation, testis.



Pilar Coy

University of Murcia, Spain


Areas of interest: fertilization, female reproductive tract, zona pellucida.



Francesca Duncan

Northwestern University, USA


Areas of interest: reproductive aging, fertility preservation, follicle culture, stroma, ovary, follicle, oocyte



Jemma Evans

The Hudson Institute of Medical Research, Australia


Areas of interest: endometrium, female reproductive tract, implantation, contraception, cytokines/growth factors



Heng-Yu Fan

Zhejiang University, China


Areas of interest: signalling pathways, regulation of oocyte development, fertilization, early embryo development, follicle development, oocyte maturation, endocrinology



Paul Fowler

University of Aberdeen, UK


Areas of interest: Endocrinology, endometrium, gonadotrophins, menstrual cycle, ovarian follicle



Helena Fulka

Institute of Animal Science, Czech Republic


Areas of interest: oocyte maturation, oocyte quality, oogenesis, stem cells, micromanipulations, mammalian animal models (mouse, hamster, human, bovine and porcine species)



Erin Greaves

University of Edinburgh, UK


Areas of interest: Female reproductive biology, endometrium, endometriosis, mouse models, macrophages, pain



Geraldine Hartshorne

University of Warwick, UK


Areas of interest: Oogenesis, ovarian follicle, oocyte, embryo, fertilisation, meiosis, morphokinetics, IVM, IVF, time lapse imaging, kinetochores, chronobiology, infertility, lifestyle effects on fertility, PCO.



Gavin Kelsey

The Babraham Institute, UK


Areas of interest: epigenetics, imprinting, oocyte, preimplantation embryos, transgenerational inheritance, mammalian models



Maria Lalioti

Yale University, USA


Areas of interest: gene expression, gene mutations, genetic diagnosis, granulosa cells, transcription factors



Valentina Lodde

University of Milan, Italy


Areas of interest: oocyte maturation, oocyte quality, oogenesis, ovarian follicle, cumulus cells, oocyte nuclear morphology, animal models (bovine species, horses, carnivores and pigs)



Mala Mahendroo

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, USA


Areas of interest: pregnancy/parturition, uterus, molecular and physiological mechanisms of parturition, steroidal regulation of cervix remodelling



Binyam Mogessie

Bristol University, UK


Areas of interest: chromosome segregation, kinetochores, centromeres, cohesion, microtubules, actin, spindles, meiosis, oocytes, eggs, aneuploidy, high-resolution microscopy



Anne Navarrete-Santos

Martin Luther University, Germany


Areas of interest: embryo development, metabolic disorders, endocrinology of embryo, DOHaD



Brett Nixon

University of Newcastle, Australia


Areas of interest: spermatozoa, sperm biochemistry, sperm function, epididymal sperm maturation, capacitation, sperm-zona pellucida interactions, fertilization, extracellular vesicles, proteomics, small non-coding RNA, male infertility



Moira O’Bryan

Monash University, Australia


Areas of interest: genetics, spermatogenesis, sperm, motility, fertility, infertility, animal models



Bernard Roelen

Utrecht University, The Netherlands


Areas of interest: preimplantation embryos, stem cells, early differentiation, germ cells, pluripotency



Kathy Sharpe-Timms

University of Missouri, USA


Areas of interest: Female reproductive biology, adhesions, animal models, cell-cell interactions, cell culture, endometrium, endometrial receptivity, endometriosis, environmental effects, female reproductive tract, implantation, leukocytes, uterus



Tom Spencer

University of Missouri, USA


Areas of interest: uterus, placenta, pregnancy/parturition



Justin St John

Hudson Institute of Medical Research, Australia


Areas of interest: embryo development, gene expression, genetic diagnosis, germ cells, mitochondria



Timo Strünker

University of Münster, Germany


Areas of interest: sensory signal transduction in mammalian and invertebrate sperm, ion channels, receptors, and cellular messengers that allow sperm to register physical and chemical cues inside the female genital tract, cell signalling, membrane receptors, progesterone, spermatozoa, sperm biochemistry



Qing-Yuan Sun

Chinese Academy of Sciences, China


Areas of interest: germ cells, cell signalling, DNA methylation, aneuploidy, regulation of oogenesis, oocyte meiotic maturation, fertilization and early embryonic development



Alexander Suvorov

University of Massachusetts, USA


Areas of interest: developmental origin of health and disease, molecular and mechanistic aspects of DOHaD, toxicology, endocrinology, endocrine disrupting chemicals, animal model, gene expression, DNA methylation



Terje Svingen

Technical University of Denmark, Denmark


Areas of interest: testis development, male reproductive tract, gene expression, sex determination, endocrine disrupting chemicals, reproductive toxicology, DOHaD



Michael Taggart

Newcastle University, UK


Areas of interest: Uterine biology, animal model, caveolae, calcium signalling, myometrium, parturition, placenta, pregnancy, smooth muscle, uterus, vascular system, vascular signalling



Pablo Visconti

University of Massachusetts, USA


Areas of interest: Sperm capacitation/function, acrosome reaction, contraception, fertilisation, sperm, sperm-egg interaction



William Yeung

University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China


Areas of interest: Reproductive biology/fertilization, interaction of sperm and egg, female reproductive tract, implantation, embryo development, fertilization, microRNAs, endometrial stem cells, sperm-zona pellucida interactions, effect of estradiol on endometrial receptivity



Krina Zondervan

University of Oxford, UK


Areas of interest: Genetics and epidemiology, endometriosis, epigenetics, environmental effects, gene expression, genetic disorders, pelvic pain, statistics



Maurizio Zuccotti

University of Pavia, Italy


Areas of interest: Mammalian reproduction, folliculogenesis, molecular and cytological markers of oocytes developmental competence, culture platforms of follicle maturation, bioengineering tools to study gonadal function, effects of environmental factors (e.g., xenobiotics) on oogenesis


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