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The aim of the International Institute of Anticancer Research (IIAR) is to provide an independent platform for international cooperation in the fight against cancer. The IIAR will advance, protect and support throughout the world the ideals of freedom, peace, health, scientific knowledge, equality, welfare and mutual respect among communities in science and life.This site provides information on the aims and activities of the IIAR, including current cancer research projects and invitations for cooperation.
The IIAR is supported by the three international peer-reviewed journals ANTICANCER RESEARCH, IN VIVO and CANCER GENOMICS & PROTEOMICS.
The IIAR is a member of the UICC



ANTICANCER RESEARCH USA, Inc.
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Mailing address: Anticancer Research USA, Inc., P.O.B. 280, Belmar, NJ 07719, USA.
e-mail: journals@iiar-anticancer.org

In Vivo

Anticancer Research

Anticancer Research is an international print and online monthly journal designed to rapidly publish peer-reviewed original papers and reviews on experimental and clinical cancer research.
Established: 1981

Anticancer Research is online from January 2009 issue with Stanford University HighWire Press with access to Full-text articles. From all previous volumes since January 1st, 2004, articles are available as PDF. Articles published before 2004 (Volumes 1/1981 - 23/2003) are available through the Editorial Office.

Current issue contents

In Vivo

In Vivo

In Vivo is an international journal designed to bring together original high quality works and reviews on experimental and clinical biomedical research within the frames of human physiology, pathology and disease management.
Established: 1987

From January 2017 In Vivo is published online - only with open access through Stanford University HighWire Press. Free online access of Full-text or PDF (from January 2009), or PDF-only (from January 2004 to December 2008) articles will be available through Stanford University HighWire Press. Articles published before 2004 (Volumes 1/1987 - 17/2003) are available through the Editorial Office.

Current issue contents

Cancer Genomics & Proteomics

Cancer Genomics & Proteomics

Cancer Genomics & Proteomics (CGP) is an international journal designed to rapidly publish high quality articles and reviews on the application of genomic and proteomic technology to experimental and clinical cancer research.
Established: 2004

Cancer Genomics & Proteomics (CGP) is published online-only with open access through Stanford University HighWire Press.

Current issue contents

Now you can access the entire contents of the IIAR journals published from 2013 till today
with ease on your Android©  phone or tablet with our newly designed app, freely available on Google Play Store

 

Articles in ANTICANCER RESEARCH are fully available to everyone as open access 2 years after publication.
IN VIVO (from January 2017) and CANCER GENOMICS & PROTEOMICS (from January 2013) are published online-only with open access.

Special issue of CANCER GENOMICS AND PROTEOMICS on ‘DNA Replication, Genome Stability and Cell Cycle Control.

Dedicated to the study of DNA replication and the maintenance of genome stability, processes that are intrinsically linked to the cell cycle and cell division.
This issue will focus on mechanisms that ensure proper DNA replication including licensing and replication machineries as well as cell cycle dynamics and
genomic instability. The latter is now considered to play a key role in carcinogenesis.

Topics include but are not limited to:

          • Genomic instability in precancerous and cancer cells
          • DNA replication
          • Replication licensing
          • DNA damage response
          • Chromosomal instability
          • DNA repair pathways
          • p53 signaling
          • Cell cycle checkpoints
          • Apoptosis
          • Oncogene-induced genomic instability
          • Proteomic instability
          • Role of microRNAs in cancer

Deadline for manuscript submission: March 20, 2021. Publication in May 2021.
Kindly reply by December 15, 2020, indicating the article type you plan to submit (original or review) and title.

Upon permission of the presenters, the lectures of the 9th Conference of Anticancer Research, 6 – 10 October 2014, Sithonia, Greece,
are available online with open access here

 

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