Impact Factor Collection

 

Reproduction journal latest impact factor is 3.906

Reproduction’s 2020 impact factor has increased to 3.906. It now ranks 9th out of 30 in the Reproductive Biology category and 11th out of 40 in the Developmental Biology category. The journal’s five-year Impact Factor has increased significantly from 3.646 to 4.510, showing the continued relevance of research published in the journal.

This result is testament to the high quality of authors’ published articles, the dedication of the editorial board and reviewers, and all our readers, who digest and cite the published content. Together, you ensure Reproduction is a leading journal in the field of reproductive biology.

 

2020’S TOP CITED RESEARCH:

 

Estradiol promotes EMT in endometriosis via MALAT1/miR200s sponge function
Yu Du et al.

Persistent effects on bovine granulosa cell transcriptome after resolution of uterine disease
Rachel L Piersanti et al.

Ubiquitin-proteasome system participates in the de-aggregation of spermadhesins and DQH protein during boar sperm capacitation
Michal Zigo et al.

Extracellular vesicles secreted during blastulation show viability of bovine embryos
Edwin A Mellisho et al.

A switch from high-fat to normal diet does not restore sperm quality but prevents metabolic syndrome
Luís Crisóstomo et al.

D-Asp upregulates PREP and GluA2/3 expressions and induces p-ERK1/2 and p-Akt in rat testis
Alessandra Santillo et al.

Progesterone alters the bovine uterine fluid lipidome during the period of elongation
Constantine A Simintiras et al.

Vaspin in the pig ovarian follicles: expression and regulation by different hormones
Patrycja Kurowska et al.

Effect of the neuropeptide phoenixin and its receptor GPR173 during folliculogenesis
Xuan Phuoc Nguyen et al.

Evidence that growth hormone can improve mitochondria! function in oocytes from aged mice
Hai-Yan Hou et al.

 

2020’S TOP CITED REVIEWS:

 

The cytoskeleton in spermatogenesis
Jessica E M Dunleavy et al.

Mitochondria in early development: linking the microenvironment, metabolism and the epigenome
Alexandra J Harvey

Update on mammalian sperm capacitation: how much does the horse differ from other species?
By Bart Leemans et al.

Obesity induces ovarian inflammation and reduces oocyte quality
By Alexandria P Snider and Jennifer R Wood

Ejaculate-mediated paternal effects: evidence, mechanisms and evolutionary implications
Jonathan P Evans et al.

The contribution of epididymosomes to the sperm small RNA profile
Natalie A Trigg, Andrew L Eamens, and Brett Nixon

Ram seminal plasma and its functional proteomic assessment
T Leahy et al.

New insights of the role of β-NGF in the ovulation mechanism of induced ovulating species
Marcelo H Ratto et al.

The impact of epididymal proteins on sperm function
Ida Björkgren and Petra Sipilä

DNA methylation in the pathogenesis of polycystic ovary syndrome
Edgar Ricardo Vázquez-Martínez et al.