Oncotarget is a free- access journal that publishes papers on a weekly basis. The published articles constitute of a variety of disciplines that range from oncology, pharmacology, neuroscience, cardiology to Endocrinology. Since its inception, Oncotarget has been forefront in providing insight to many of its readers. The papers that are published are well- researched by experts from their various disciplines. Also, they publish new scientific breakthroughs to help other researchers succeed in their endeavors. Visit Oncotarget’s profile page at Facebook.
The Oncotarget journal has become a favorite magazine, and this can be attributed to various reasons. First and foremost, the editors in chief of the journal are prolific scientists. The editors in chief of the magazine are two well- known experts; Mikhail Blagosklonny and Andrei V. Gudkov. These experts serve as the senior editors of the paper. Through their leadership, Oncotarget has published articles on the scientific breakthroughs and research on oncology and other medicine-related disciplines. Currently, this journal has published more than 250 papers in various disciplines.
Secondly, the free- access option of the journal has been fundamental in capturing many of its readers. This open access feature lacks in many magazines, especially journals that publish papers on oncology. Due to this, many scientist and researchers have benefitted from the research findings posted on this journal.
Lastly, the editors and expert who wrote the journal are experienced and well versed in their various disciplines. Each week the journal publishes papers about a new concept or research. The journals captivate the readers and provide them with new information on Oncology, Cell biology, and neuroscience.
More recently, Oncotarget published a paper on the nutrition. The article was written by, Anke Schloesser, Gerald Rimbach, and Patricia Huebbe. The article provided insight on the difference between calorie restriction and dietary restrictions. Furthermore, the report illustrated the impact that both calorie restriction and dietary restriction have on human lifespan.
The research findings of this paper were published after a long and vigorous testing of the above factors on mice.