Why publish in Oncogenesis?
- Seeks to encompass the breadth of the molecular biology of malignant change.
- Exploring mechanistic insight and molecular basis of cancer and related phenomena.
- High visibility for your work with open access.
Aims and scope
Oncogenesis is a peer-reviewed open access online journal that publishes articles exploring mechanistic insight and molecular basis of cancer and related phenomena. It seeks to promote diverse and integrated areas of molecular biology, cell biology, oncology, and genetics.
Oncogenesis seeks to encompass the breadth of the molecular biology of malignant change, and topics of particular interest include:
- Cancer metabolism
- Cell cycle and growth regulation
- Cellular oncogenes
- Cellular transformation and immortalization
- DNA damage and repair
- Mode of action of cancer therapeutics
- Molecular oncology
- Novel targeted therapies
- Tumour suppression
- Virus-induced oncogenesis
Article metrics such as number of downloads, citations and online attention are available from each article page, and provide an overview of the attention received by a paper.
2022 Citation Metrics
2-year Impact Factor*: 6.2
5-year Impact Factor*: 6.8
Immediacy index*: 1.2
Eigenfactor® score*: 0.00575
Article influence score*: 1.4
Journal Citation Indicator*: 1.23
*2022 Journal Citation Reports® Science Edition (Clarivate Analytics, 2023)
**Source-normalized Impact per Paper (Scopus)
***SCImago Journal Rank (Scopus)
2022 Peer Review Metrics
Submission to first editorial decision: 10 days
Submission to Accept: 147 days
2022 Usage Metrics
Altmetric mentions: 766
Visit the Nature Research journals metrics page for a description of these metrics.
- PubMed Central
- Google Scholar
- Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
The ISSN (online) number for Oncogenesis is 2157-9024.