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Subcellular Structures in Wound Response, Repair and Regeneration

Leading editors:
Dr. Xiaochen Wang (Institute of Biophysics of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
Dr. Junjie Hu (Institute of Biophysics of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
Dr. Anbing Shi (Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China)
Dr. Suhong Xu (Zhejiang University, China)

A thematic series in Cell Regeneration.

Through a collection of review, research, method, and perspective papers from leaders in the field, this special issue is envisioned to present the readers the current state-of-the-art, but more importantly, current challenges to major advances in the field of repair and regeneration of cells and tissues involving subcellular structures.

We welcome Research article, Report, Method, Highlight, and Review submissions, including (but not limited to) the following areas:

  • Wound stress at the single-cell level
  • Cytoskeleton remodeling during cell and tissue repair and regeneration
  • Wound repair involving organelles
  • Repair and regeneration at multiple levels and across scales

The Editor-in-Chief of Cell Regeneration will review all submissions prior to peer review and may reject any of them that do not fit the scope of the journal or do not meet the journal's standards for peer review. All articles of Thematic Series will undergo full, independent peer review, in line with the journal's ethical and editorial policies, outlined in its submission guidelines. There is no guarantee of acceptance, even for commissioned or invited papers. The journal’s Editor-in-Chief has a final authority on editorial content.

  1. The regeneration capacity after an injury is critical to the survival of living organisms. In animals, regeneration ability can be classified into five primary types: cellular, tissue, organ, structure, and wh...

    Authors: Yun Zhao, Chong Gao, Xue Pan and Kai Lei
    Citation: Cell Regeneration 2023 12:14
  2. Spatial transcriptomics, which combine gene expression data with spatial information, has quickly expanded in recent years. With application of this method in liver research, our knowledge about liver develop...

    Authors: Jia He, Chengxiang Deng, Leonard Krall and Zhao Shan
    Citation: Cell Regeneration 2023 12:11
  3. De novo organ regeneration is the process in which adventitious roots or shoots regenerate from detached or wounded organs. De novo organ regeneration can occur either in natural conditions, e.g. adventitious roo...

    Authors: Qihui Wan, Ning Zhai, Dixiang Xie, Wu Liu and Lin Xu
    Citation: Cell Regeneration 2023 12:1
  4. Central nervous system (CNS) neurons typically fail to regenerate their axons after injury leading to neurological impairment. Axonal regeneration is a highly energy-demanding cellular program that requires lo...

    Authors: Ning Huang and Zu-Hang Sheng
    Citation: Cell Regeneration 2022 11:33
  5. Cilia are microtubule-based organelles projected from most eukaryotic cell surfaces performing cell motility and signaling. Several previously recognized non-ciliary proteins play crucial roles in cilium forma...

    Authors: Kaiming Xu and Guangshuo Ou
    Citation: Cell Regeneration 2022 11:29

    The Correction to this article has been published in Cell Regeneration 2022 11:41