AIMSCI Cell Med Press Peer-Reviewed Journal

For Quality, not Quantity

AIMSCI Cell Med Press sets a strategic model in journal publishing.

The past decade has witnessed an exponential growth in new journals, especially in the biomedical field.

These newly launched journals are almost exclusively open-access; most are published by small independent publishers and of poor quality.

At AIMSCI Cell Med Press (CMP) we emphasize quality, not quantity. In this context, AIMSCI CMP currently only publishes one scholarly journal—”Reactive Oxygen Species“.

Reactive Oxygen Species, launched in 2015, has rapidly been becoming a widely read and cited journal ([Click here] or see below to learn more about this Journal].

AIMSCI Cell Med Press Journal: Reactive Oxygen Species

  1. Kauffman, M. E., Kauffman, M. K., Traore, K., Zhu, H., Trush, M. A., Jia, Z., & Li, Y. R. (2016). MitoSOX-Based Flow Cytometry for Detecting Mitochondrial ROS. Reactive Oxygen Species, 2(5), 361‒370. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/62
  2. Kasiappan, R., & Safe, S. H. (2016). ROS-Inducing Agents for Cancer Chemotherapy. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(1), 22–37. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/10
  3. Kauffman, M. K., Kauffman, M. E., Zhu, H., Jia, Z., & Li, Y. R. (2016). Fluorescence-Based Assays for Measuring Doxorubicin in Biological Systems. Reactive Oxygen Species, 2(6), 432‒439. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/65
  4. Arnal, E., Johnsen-Soriano, S., Lopez-Malo, D., Perez-Pastor, G. M., Vidal-Gil, L., Morillas, N., Sancho-Pelluz, J., Romero, F. J., & Barcia, J. M. (2016). Docosahexaenoic Acid Protects against High Glucose-Induced Oxidative Stress in Human Retinal Pigment Epithelial Cells. Reactive Oxygen Species, 2(4), 298–307. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/44
  5. Li, Y. R., Jia, Z., & Trush, M. A. (2016). Defining ROS in Biology and Medicine. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(1), 9–21. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/11
  1. Zhu, H., Jia, Z., Trush, M. A., & Li, Y. R. (2016). A Highly Sensitive Chemiluminometric Assay for Real-Time Detection of Biological Hydrogen Peroxide Formation. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(3), 216‒227. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/46
  2. Kauffman, M. E., Kauffman, M. K., Traore, K., Zhu, H., Trush, M. A., Jia, Z., & Li, Y. R. (2016). MitoSOX-Based Flow Cytometry for Detecting Mitochondrial ROS. Reactive Oxygen Species, 2(5), 361‒370. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/62
  3. Li, Y. R., Jia, Z., & Trush, M. A. (2016). Defining ROS in Biology and Medicine. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(1), 9–21. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/11
  4. Hopkins, R. Z. (2016). Nrf2 Silencing for Neuron Maturation. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(1), 53–58. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/14
  5. Kasiappan, R., & Safe, S. H. (2016). ROS-Inducing Agents for Cancer Chemotherapy. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(1), 22–37. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/10
  1. Li, Y. R., Jia, Z., & Trush, M. A. (2016). Defining ROS in Biology and Medicine. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(1), 9–21. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/11
  2. Tiwari, M., Prasad, S., Tripathi, A., Pandey, A. N., Singh, A. K., Shrivastav, T. G., & Chaube, S. K. (2016). Involvement of Reactive Oxygen Species in Meiotic Cell Cycle Regulation and Apoptosis in Mammalian Oocytes. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(2), 110‒116. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/18
  3. Kasiappan, R., & Safe, S. H. (2016). ROS-Inducing Agents for Cancer Chemotherapy. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(1), 22–37. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/10
  4. Li, Y., Zhu, H., Kuppusamy, P., Zweier, J. L., & Trush, M. A. (2016). Mitochondrial Electron Transport Chain-Derived Superoxide Exits Macrophages: Implications for Mononuclear Cell-Mediated Pathophysiological Processes. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(1), 81–98. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/15
  5. Zhu, H., Sarkar, S., Scott, L., Danelisen, I., Trush, M. A., Jia, Z., & Li, Y. R. (2016). Doxorubicin Redox Biology: Redox Cycling, Topoisomerase Inhibition, and Oxidative Stress. Reactive Oxygen Species, 1(3), 189‒198. Retrieved from https://www.aimsci.com/ros/index.php/ros/article/view/40