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    Publisher: Academic Journals Inc., USA
  The Asian Journal of Cell Biology is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that aims to promote a high level of technical and scientific excellence for the broad field of Cell Biology. The Journal will showcase distinctive work of note from researchers in the region as well as Internationally. We are dedicated to publish high quality scientific work in the form of original articles, review/mini-reviews and short communications. The scope of the journal includes: Structure, function and macromolecular organization of cells and cell components. Contributions focusing on cellular dynamics, motility and differentiation, particularly if related to cellular biochemistry, molecular biology, immunology, neurobiology and developmental biology from diverse organisms are encouraged.

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  Editor-in-Chief:  Yeong Foong May
Liu, W., S.R. Singh and S.X. Hou, 2010. JAK-STAT is restrained by Notch to control cell proliferation of the Drosophila intestinal stem cells. J. Cell. Biochem., 109: 992-999.
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Mishra, P.K., S.R. Singh, I.G. Joshua and S.C. Tyagi, 2010. Stem cells as a therapeutic target for diabetes. Frontiers Biosci., 15: 461-477.
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Singh, S.R. and S.X. Hou, 2008. Lessons learned about adult kidney stem cells from malpighian tubule of Drosophila. J. Am. Soc. Nephrol., 19: 660-666.
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Singh, S.R. and S.X. Hou, 2009. Multipotent stem cells in the malpighian tubules of adult Drosophila melanogaster. J. Exp. Biol., 212: 413-423.
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Singh, S.R., O. Burnicka-Turek, C. Chauhan and S.X. Hou, 2011. Spermatogonial stem cells, infertility and testicular cancer. J. Cell. Mol. Med., 15: 468-483.
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Singh, S.R., S.W. Oh, W. Liu, X. Chen, Z. Zheng and S.X. Hou, 2006. HRap-GEF/Rap signaling restricts the formation of supernumerary spermathecae in Drosophila melanogaster. Dev. Growth Differentiation, 48: 169-175.
Singh, S.R., W. Liu and S.X. Hou, 2007. The adult Drosophila malpighian tubules are maintained by multipotent stem cells. Cell Stem Cell, 1: 191-203.
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Singh, S.R., W. Zhen, Z. Zheng, H. Wang and S.W. Oh et al., 2006. The Drosophila homologue of the human tumor suppressor gene BHD interacts with the JAK-STAT and Dpp signaling pathways in regulating male germline stem cell maintenance. Oncogene, 25: 5933-5941.
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Singh, S.R., X. Chen and S.X. Hou, 2005. JAK/STAT signaling regulates tissue outgrowth and male germline stem cell fate in Drosophila. Cell Res., 15: 1-5.
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Singh, S.R., X. Zeng, Z. Zheng and S.X. Hou, 2011. The adult drosophila gastric and stomach organs are maintained by a multipotent stem cell pool resides at the foregut/midgut junction in the cardia (proventriculus). Cell Cycle, 10: 1109-1120.
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Singh, S.R., Z. Zheng, H. Wang, S.W. Oh, X. Chen and S.X. Hou, 2010. Competitiveness for the niche and mutual dependence of the germline and somatic stem cells in the Drosophila testis are regulated by the JAK/STAT signaling. J. Cell. Physiol., 223: 500-510.
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Singh, U.P., N.P. Singh, B. Singh, M.K. Mishra, M. Nagarkatti, P.S. Nagarkatti and S.R. Singh, 2010. Stem cells as potential therapeutic targets for inflammatory bowel disease. Frontiers Biosci., S2: 993-1008.
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Wang, H., S.R. Singh, Z. Zheng and S.X. Hou, 2007. Rap signaling regulates stem cell anchoring in Drosophila testis. Frontiers Sci., 6: 1-3.
Wang, H., S.R. Singh, Z. Zheng, S.W. Oh, X. Chen, K. Edwards and S.X. Hou, 2006. Rap-GEF signaling controls stem cell anchoring to their niche through regulating DE-cadherin-mediated cell adhesion in the Drosophila testis. Dev. Cell, 10: 117-126.
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Zheng, X., S.R. Singh, D. Hou and S.X. Hou, 2010. Tumor suppressors Sav/Scrib and oncogene Ras regulate stem cell transformation in adult Drosophila malpighian tubules. J. Cell. Physiol., 224: 766-774.



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