European Cytokine Network

European Cytokine Network

European Cytokine Network is an electronic journal that publishes original articles and abstracts every quarter to provide an essential bridge between researchers and clinicians with an interest in this cutting-edge field.

It has become a must-read for specialists in the field thanks to its swift publication and international circulation.

The journal is referenced in several databases, including Medline, which is testament to its scientific quality.


Volume 34, issue 4, December 2023


Article Growth factors and cytokines involved in liver regeneration
Chen Liu, Xiaomeng Liu, Hongyuan Zhou, Wei Zhang, Tianqiang Song


Article Antibody targeting TSLP suppresses DSS-induced colitis and activation of the JAK2/STAT5 pathway in mice
Wei Zhuang, Zhen Li

Article Granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor (GM-CSF)-induced maturation of spermatogonial cells from prepubertal mice in vitro is enhanced by testosterone
Areej Jorban, Eitan Lunenfeld, Mahmoud Huleihel

Article Clinical significance of IL-37 serum level and polymorphism in patients with endometrial cancer
Mohammad Reza Haghshenas, Zahra Shiravani, Mohammad Samare-Najaf, Soolmaz Khansalar, Seyed Ali Razavinasab, Abbas Ghaderi, Navid Jamali

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