Impact Factor Collection
Reproduction’s 2019 Impact Factor has increased to 3.206. The journal’s five-year Impact Factor remains high at 3.646, showing the continued relevance of research published in the journal.
This result is testament to the high quality of authors’ published articles and the dedication of the editorial board and reviewers, who together ensure Reproduction is a leading journal in the field of reproductive biology.
We extend our thanks profusely to the world-class Editors, authors and reviewers who make the journal what it is, and to Co-Editors-in-Chief Professor Greg FitzHarris and Professor Chris Price for their leadership.
To recognise the new Impact Factor, the Editorial Team has put together a collection of articles that received the most citations in 2019, and contributed to this positive result.
All articles are freely available without subscription.
Highly cited in 2019
Female fertility preservation: past, present and future
Benjamin Fisch and Ronit Abir
MicroRNAs: crucial regulators of placental development
Heyam Hayder et al.
Chromosomal analysis in IVF: just how useful is it?
Darren K Griffin and Cagri Ogur
Sperm form and function: what do we know about the role of sexual selection?
Stefan Lüpold and Scott Pitnick
40 years of bovine IVF in the new genomic selection context
Causes and consequences of chromosome segregation error in preimplantation embryos
Cayetana Vázquez-Diez and Greg FitzHarris
Early sex-dependent differences in response to environmental stress
Serafin Pérez-Cerezales et al.
Blastocyst-induced changes in the bovine endometrial transcriptome
C Passaro et al.
Cell-free fetal DNA and spontaneous preterm birth
Sara R van Boeckel et al.
Maternal inheritance of mitochondria: implications for male fertility?
R C Vaught and D K Dowling
Epigenetic reprogramming during spermatogenesis and male factor infertility
H M McSwiggin and A M O'Doherty
Disruption of female reproductive function by endotoxins
K L Bidne et al.
Involvement of leptin in the molecular physiology of the placenta
Malena Schanton et al.