eCM Journal (Eur Cell Mater) provides an interdisciplinary forum for publication in the musculoskeletal field (Trauma, Maxillofacial (including dental), Spine and Orthopaedics) of preclinical research, including the field of tissue engineering & regenerative medicine. eCM Journal is published by AO Research Institute Davos, a Not-for-Profit foundation in Switzerland.
The 2016 Thompson Reuters Journal Citation Reports (JCR) Impact factor for eCM, is wrong. After our appeal, the JCR team has seen their mistake (the same mistake as JCR made last year) and they will list the updated metrics in the JCR Help file. Unfortunately these metrics will only be entered into the full JCR when data is reloaded in September (as last year).
eCM Journal Impact Factor: 4.000, 5-Year Impact Factor: 5.182.
We would like to point out that the decrease from the 2015 Impact factor to 4.000 is due to the eCM conference supplements being used in the JCR calculation. This accounts for 15% of our citable items which can not be cited in eCm & many other reputable journals, otherwise our impact factor would have slightly risen. we will shortly address the supplements problem to help prevent this in future.
eCM is proud to announce that one of its long standing Scientific Editors, Prof Brian Johnstone, is the recipient of the 2017 ORS Marshall R. Urist, MD Award. We congratulate him on this tremendous achievement!
What are your colleagues citing? (Accurate as of 20th June 2017)
- Tendon healing induced by chemically modified mRNAs
K Groth, T Berezhanskyy, MK Aneja, J Geiger, M Schweizer, L Maucksch, T Pasewald, T Brill, B Tigani, E Weber, C Rudolph, G Hasenpusch
- Curcumin alleviates lumbar radiculopathy by reducing neuroinflammation, oxidative stress and nociceptive factors
L Xiao, M Ding, A Fernandez, P Zhao, L Jin, X Li
- Potentials and limitations of Integra® flowable wound matrix seeded with adipose tissue-derived microvascular fragments
T Später, FS Frueh, MD Menger, MW Laschke
- The effect of extracellular acidosis on the behaviour of mesenchymal stem cells in vitro
A Massa, F Perut, T Chano, A Woloszyk, TA Mitsiadis, S Avnet, N Baldini
- Comparative analysis in continuous expansion of bovine and human primary nucleus pulposus cells for tissue repair applications
DH Rosenzweig, J Tremblay Gravel, D Bisson, JA Ouellet, MH Weber, L Haglund
- Local induction of inflammation affects bone formation
M Croes, MC Kruyt, L Loozen, AHM Kragten, H Yuan, WJ Dhert, FC Öner, J Alblas
- The BMP2 variant L51P restores the osteogenic differentiation of human mesenchymal stromal cells in the presence of intervertebral disc cells
A Tekari, RD May, DA Frauchiger, SCW Chan, LM Benneker, B Gantenbein
- Clinical use of stem cells in orthopaedics
- Resorbable electrospun polydioxanone fibres modify the behaviour of cells from both healthy and diseased human tendons
A Kendal, S Snelling, S Dakin, E Stace, P-A Mouthuy, A Carr
- Lengthening primary cilia enhances cellular mechanosensitivity
M Spasic, CR Jacobs
- Cell aggregation enhances bone formation by human mesenchymal stromal cells
A Chatterjea, VLS LaPointe, A Barradas, H Garritsen, H Yuan, A Renard, CA van Blitterswijk, J de Boer
- A chlorhexidine-releasing epoxy-based coating on titanium implants prevents Staphylococcus aureus experimental biomaterial-associated infection
M Riool, AJ Dirks, V Jaspers, L de Boer, TJA Loontjens, CM van der Loos, S Florquin, I Apachitei, LND Rijk, HA Keul, SAJ Zaat
- Growth plate extracellular matrix-derived scaffolds for large bone defect healing
GM Cunniffe, PJ Díaz-Payno, JS Ramey, OR Mahon, A Dunne, EM Thompson, FJ O’Brien, DJ Kelly
- In vivo and in vitro degradation comparison of pure Mg, Mg-10Gd and Mg-2Ag: a short term study
I Marco, A Myrissa, E Martinelli, F Feyerabend, R Willumeit-Römer, AM Weinberg, O Van der Biest
- Heparin modification of a biomimetic bone matrix modulates osteogenic and angiogenic cell response in vitro
M Quade, S Knaack, D Weber, U König, B Paul, P Simon, A Rösen-Wolff, R Schwartz-Albiez, M Gelinsky, A Lode