Aims and Scope

Metallomics Research is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal publishing significant and novel contributions on the roles of metals, metalloids, and other trace elements in biological function. The journal welcomes investigations from a broad range of research fields including analytical chemistry, biochemistry, toxicology, epidemiology, nutrition, pharmacology, medical sciences, environmental sciences, health sciences, agriculture sciences, and plant biology. Studies about metal/metalloid-dependent processes in health and disease or metal-related drugs are strongly encouraged. Studies about other trace element-dependent biological processes are also welcome. Article types include Regular Articles, Reviews, and Notes. Metallomics Research also welcomes themed issues edited by Guest Editor(s).

The official journal of the Japan Society for Biomedical Research on Trace Elements, Metallomics Research is published quarterly online. The journal welcomes original, innovative and high-quality submissions in English from members and non-members of the society and provides authors around the world with rapid but rigorous peer review. Metallomics Research articles are available freely online to an international audience interested in metallomics.

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Latest Online Articles



Comparative Evaluation of micro-particles of different materials by M-DIN ICP-MS



Methods for recovering and recycling selenium from wastewater and soil

Bioavailability of selenium from selenotrisulfides in primary cultured neuronal cells

Metal-binding properties of selenoprotein P—its relation to structure and function

Redox Chemistry of Selenols and Diselenides as Potential Manipulators for Structural Maturation of Peptides and Proteins

Elemental Imaging of the Rotula Bone of the Sea Urchin (<i>Strongylocentrotus intermedius</i>) using LA-ICP-MS and its Potential for Ecotoxicological Time-Scale Monitoring of Marine Environments