eCM (Eur Cell Mater / e Cells & Materials) Not-for-Profit Open Access
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 ISSN:1473-2262         NLM:100973416 (link)         DOI:10.22203/eCM

eCM Journal

eCM Journal (Eur Cell Mater) provides an interdisciplinary forum for publication in the musculoskeletal field (Orthopaedics, Trauma, Maxillofacial (including dental) and Spine) 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. All revenues are used to run and develop the journal for our readers.

eCM Journal Impact Factor 2020: 3.942. JCR 5-year Impact Factor : 4.784. SJR H index: 83.

Just released: Scopus CiteScore 2020: 6.8


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eCM Journal has decided to change its copyright policy from CC BY SA to CC BY. This licecse allows reusers to distribute, remix, adapt and build upon the material in any medium or format, so long as attribution is given to the creator.

Manuscripts accepted for publication but not yet edited following eCM guidelines can be found here.

eCM Journal has now adopted use of the updated ARRIVE guidelines for studies with animals. When such manuscripts are submitted, authors must go through the "Essential 10 checklist".

eCM reviewers can now receive Publons credit for their review. They can track, verify and showcase their peer review and editorial contributions on Publons.

Temporo-mandibular joint Special Issue: The unique developmental history of the TMJ and the complex etiology of TMDs necessitates the use of multiple model systems and therapeutic approaches. The present Special Issue seeks to characterise some of these model systems, uncover the molecular mechanisms contributing the TMDs as well as identify and examine therapeutic approaches to offset the deleterious effects of TMJ disease.
Submission deadline: 31st of July 2022

Bone Mechanics and Mechanobiology Special Issue: This Special Issue aims to provide a current overview of the complex interplay between the mechanics and biology of bone health, highlighting novel insights across all scales from the protein through the cell to the tissue and organ, afforded by advances in imaging, experimental mechanics, simulation, in vitro and in vivo model systems. Researchers studying all aspects of bone mechanics and mechanobiology, with a strong link to bone metabolism, are encouraged to submit original research or review articles to this Special Issue.
Submission deadline: 31st of December 2021

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