Journal of Exercise & Organ Cross Talk
Aims and Scope
The Journal of Exercise & Organ Cross Talk (JEOCT) publishes original research articles and reviews describing relevant new observations on molecular, biochemical and cellular mechanisms involved in human physiology after exercise training. All areas of the cellular & molecular exercise physiology are covered. In other word, the journal focus on mechanisms through which exercise can prevent or treat chronic-degenerative disease, contributing to prevention and personalized treatment of specific diseases and health maintenance with a translational perspective. Special emphasis is placed on researches that focus on the release of peptides and proteins from different organs (especially skeletal muscle) and their specific functions in metabolic regulation and cell-and organ crosstalk after exercise training. JEOCT also welcomes articles that describe the current knowledge of secretome in health and disease after exercise training.
Exercise Physiology, Exercise Biochemistry & Metabolism, Exercise Immunology, Muscle-organ Crosstalk, Exercisae & Metabolic Crosstalk, Exercise & Cellular Secretome.
Exercise physiology, Resistance training (RT), Aerobic training (AT), Concurrent training (CT), High-intensity interval training (HIIT), Moderate-intensity interval training (MIIT), Moderate intensity continuous training (MICT), Sprint interval training (SIT), Muscle secretome, Organ crosstalk, Growth factors, Neurotrophic factor, Apoptosis, Gene expression, Myokine, Exerkine, Osteokine, Cytokine, Adipokine, Adipocytokine, Hepatokine, Cardiokine, Bone-derived hormone, Homeostasis, Obesity, Type 2 diabetes, Metabolites, Proteins, Nucleic acids, Extracellular vesicles, Exercise genomics.
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