Adaptive Medicine, is a blind peer-reviewed journal, open access quarterly journal. This journal has a good editorial staff and is financially supported by the Society of Adaptive Science in Taiwan, the Taiwan Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism, and MacKay Junior College of Medicine, Nursing, and Management. Adaptive Medicine is an international academic journal that disseminates novel knowledge in adaptive changes occurring in response to different environmental factors, exercise training, hypoxia, temperature change, microgravity, and various pathological conditions or drug administration. Its principle aim is to further the understanding of the basic mechanisms of adaptations at molecular, cellular, and physiological levels as well as at the level of complex interactions responsible for the integrated control of body functions. Another objective consists in the better understanding of dismissed adaptations responsible for disease development. Finally, studies of different cross-adaptations continue to receive increasing attention as it was demonstrated that repeated exposure to specific stress stimuli may have applications in the treatment and prophylaxis of different diseases. These observations lead to the recognition of a new discipline of adaptive medicine which offers promise for therapeutic strategies in both experimental and clinical pathology.
Submission processing fee
Adaptive Medicine does not charge a fee for processing submissions. The journal is free to authors.
Authors hold the copyright on their papers without restrictions and retain it without restrictions after publication of the papers on the journal’s website. Authors can deposit a copy of their paper of any version in an institutional or other repository of their choice without embargo, provided that the author and the original source are properly cited.
Articles are published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY) license, which allows unrestricted use, distribution, reproduction and adaptation of the articles by any means and in any format, provided that the author and the original source are properly cited.
All of the articles published online on the http://dx.doi.org/10.4247%2fAM website are open access as defined under the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI). Users are authorized to read, download, copy, distribute, print, research and create a link to the integral text of articles or to re-use them for any other legitimate purpose without asking for permission from the editor or the author, provided that the author and the original source are properly cited.
Indexing and Digital Preservation
Articles from Adaptive Medicine receive Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) from the Crossref organization to ensure they can always be found. Articles have the immediate benefit of being indexed in Google, Google Scholar, Microsoft Academic Search, PubMed (NIH funded research), and innumerable other search engines.
ISSN (E) 2218-340X
ISSN (P) 2076-944X
ISSN (L) 2076-944X