Asian Pacific Journal of Reproduction
Asian Pacific Journal of Reproduction (APJR) is an international peer reviewed open access journal which is sponsored by Hainan Medical University. It publishes high quality original research and topical reviews on the subject of reproductive sciences. We encourage manuscripts on cellular and molecular mechanisms of reproduction, fertility and infertility, gynecologic and reproductive oncology, embryology, obstetrics, gynecology, andrology, maternal-fetal medicine, reproductive endocrinology, reproductive immunology, reproductive genetics, and genetic breeding. In addition, we support new and emerging topics in more applied areas of reproduction, including assisted reproductive technologies, prenatal and preimplantation genetic diagnosis, cloning, stem cell research, and genetic breeding. Descriptive papers are welcome provided they shed some light on reproductive science.
Original scientific researches, timely reviews, case reports, short communications, and letters to the editor related to the research and practice of reproduction are encouraged.
Reviewers of APJR consist of members practicing in different professions from all over the globe. The journal is proud to have such an international and diverse editorial board that assist and facilitate the publication of articles which reflect a global view on reproductive medicine, as well as emphasizing our focus on supporting the needs of medical practitioners.
Till now, the journal has received coverage by Scopus, Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), Cambridge-Scientific-Abstracts (CSA), Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, CAB Abstracts (CABA), Global Health, Zoological Record (ZR), Index Copernicus.As an internationally journal, APJR is distributed worldwide and welcomes submissions from international contributors and researchers working in reproductive medicine. The journal provides a platform for reporting progress in reproductive science in different settings, which enhances our understanding of reproduction. Specialist physicians and general practitioners could find it an indispensable source of reading and reference, and undergraduates could learn a lot from each issue.
APJR allows us to seek opportunities to work with others who are devoted to reproductive medicine, and to enhance our work through partnership, and to uphold the standards of our profession and contribute to its advancement. We believe that in this way we can contribute much to the development of reproductive science and human health.Benefits to authors
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Editor-in-Chief Yuanhua Huang
- Imprint: ELSEVIER
- ISSN: 2305-0500