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Aging Cell is an official publication of the Anatomical Society which provides a major Open Access forum for the highest quality, innovative research addressing fundamental issues in the biology of aging.

Impact Factor – 6.34, ranked 1/50 in Geriatrics & Gerontology and 35/184 in Cell Biology
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Increased usage – if you choose to publish Open Access you are 4 times more likely to appear in Wiley’s top 1,000 most accessed articles
Wide distribution – your full article will be available in the world’s most respected institutions
High visibility – your work will be indexed by Google, PubMed, Web of Science and many more

High-quality content – maintained through a vigorous peer-review system and a distinguished Editorial Board
Trusted by your peers – publishing the work of over 1,000 authors annually
English language and editing support – offering expert help to ensure your manuscript is ready for submission

Rapid publication – informed review within three weeks; manuscripts published online within five days of acceptance
Authors retain copyright – articles published under the Creative Commons Attribution License
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Don’t take our word for it – take a look at the work of your fellow authors which has been making an impact recently…
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Modulation of p25 and inflammatory pathways by fisetin maintains cognitive function in Alzheimer's disease transgenic mice
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Sulforaphane enhances progerin clearance in Hutchinson–Gilford progeria fibroblasts
Diana Gabriel, Daniela Roedl, Leslie B. Gordon and Karima Djabali

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