The journal is not only of interest to those whose primary area is xenotransplantation, but also to veterinarians, microbiologists and geneticists. It also investigates and reports on the controversial theological, ethical, legal and psychological implications of xenotransplantation.
Unsolicited contributions of full length and brief communications dealing with both basic and applied studies in this field will be considered for publication pending scientific review to assure high quality. In addition, review articles of timely subjects will be solicited by the editors. Editor-in-Chief, Leo H. Bühler invites you to submit your manuscript to Xenotransplantation.
The Carl-Gustav Groth Xeno Prize is awarded annually to the best paper published in Xenotransplantation. The prize is jointly sponsored by the IXA and Wiley, and awards $7,000 (US) to the first author of the best paper published in the journal each calendar year.
While the field still has a considerable way to go before xenotransplantation becomes a clinical reality, researchers remain confident that new advances are steadily bringing that day closer. Xenotransplantation, with a 2012 Impact Factor of 2.565, is the journal for all those who wish to stay at the forefront of this fast developing and emerging field. Learn more about the journal.
Xenotransplantation is available for all TTS members at a discounted annual subscription, and for IXA members at a greatly reduced annual subscription. Order the journal today through the simple online payment system on the TTS website. Non-members, join the IXA or visit the Xenotransplantation website. Full access to Xenotransplantation (XEN) is available to all IXA members directly from the IXA website. Just sign into the IXA website member login!