Free Radical Biology and Medicine (FRBM)

Official Journal of the Society for Free Radical Research – Europe

The journal, which is published once a month (12 issues), is one of the highest impact factor journals in the field (6.02) and is listed by all the major indexing services, including: Current Contents, Index Medicus, Science Citation, Chemical Abstracts, Current Awareness in Biological Sciences and Toxicology Abstracts.

The journal encompasses chemical, biochemical, genetic, molecular biology, cell biology, cell signalling, physiological, pharmacological, pathological, toxicological and medical approaches to oxygen and free radical research.

SFRR-E members with subscription receive access to FRBM on-line: abstracts and full text of all published articles are available to read even before you receive the print issue via mail.





Editor in Chief

Kelvin Davies
University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, CA, USA

Review Editor

Giovanni Mann
Kings College London, London, UK

Associate Editors

Ohara Augusto
Universidade de São Paulo (USP), Sao Paulo - SP, Brazil

Regina Brigelius-Flohe
German Institute of Human Nutrition (DIfE) Potsdam-Rehbrücke, Nuthetal, Germany

Enrique Cadenas
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California, USA

Harry Ischiropoulos
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Giuseppe Poli
University of Torino, Turin, Italy

Rafael Radi
Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay

Shinya Toyokuni
Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan

José Viña
Universitat de València, Valencia, Spain

Redox Biology

Official Journal of the Society for Free Radical Research – Europe

Redox Biology is a forum for novel research, methods and review articles in redox biology in the areas of both health and disease, and its impact factor is 6.235. Acceptable paper types are research articles (short or full communications), methods, mini-reviews, and commentaries in the following areas:










Cell and Molecular Biology

Cell Signaling


Redox Biology will also consider research articles focused in chemical or biochemical mechanisms of redox biology, if these include data demonstrating effects in physiologically relevant models. Studies of uncharacterized complex mixtures of natural products are not a suitable area of focus for the journal. Studies using commercial, undefined kits as the sole or primary assay for redox related changes which are not validated using other methods will not be considered for publication.

Redox Biology introduces Graphical Redox Reviews. These reviews will summarize schematically key concepts, established and novel ideas in redox biology which will be accessible to a broad audience and freely downloaded as PowerPoint slides for use in teaching or conference presentations.

Graphical Redox Reviews ideally should have a format of 3-5 color schemes with a title, short introductory paragraph, extended figure legends, and include up to 20 selected citations.


Tilman Grune

  • German Institute of Human Nutrition, Nuthetal, Germany

Christopher G. Kevil

  • Louisiana State University (LSU) Health Sciences Center, Shreveport, Louisiana, USA


 Associate Editors:

 Santiago Lamas

  • Centro de Biología Molecular Severo Ochoa, Madrid, Spain

 Holly Van Remmen

  • Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA




Free Radical Research



Michael Davies
 University of Copenhagen, Dept. of Biomedical Sciences,
Building 4.5, 
Panum Institute, 
Blegdamsvej 3,
 Copenhagen 2200,



Associate Editors:

Frank Kelly School of Health and Life Sciences Franklin Wilkins Building, King's College London, UK

Shinya Toyokuni Graduate School of Medicine, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan

Helen Griffiths School of Life & Health Sciences, Aston University, Birmingham, UK

Young-Joon Surh College of Pharmacy, Seoul National University, Korea

Rafael Radi Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de la Republica, Montevideo, Uruguay


Reviews Editors:

Christian Schoneich Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of Kansas, Kansas, USA

Jose Vina Physiology Department, University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain


Editorial Information:

Publication Details: Monthly

ISSN Print 1071-5762

ISSN Online 1029-2470



Free Radical Research aims to publish high-quality research papers, and reviews in all areas in the fields of:

Free radicals and other reactive species in biological, clinical, environmental and other systems

Redox signaling

Antioxidants, including diet-derived antioxidants and other relevant aspects of human nutrition

Oxidative damage, kinetics, mechanisms and measurement

Manuscripts should contribute a significant advance to the field, supported by clearly-presented data and statistical analysis.

Manuscripts should be as concise as possible subject to the need to present relevant background, data and methods.

Reviewers are strongly encouraged to identify areas of the manuscript that could be shortened.

Free Radical Research discourages papers that are purely descriptive (e.g. a catalogue of changes in antioxidant levels in a human disease or after administering, for example, a plant extract or a toxin to an animal). We also discourage screening papers, such as the use of total antioxidant activity assays to compare the antioxidant activities of plant extracts or herbal medicines including traditional medicines.

Antioxidants and Redox Signalling

Antioxidants & Redox Signaling is the leading journal dedicated to the understanding of reactive species as messenger molecules regulating signal transduction and gene expression.

New research reveals free radicals, which have been known as damaging agents, are being used for therapeutic purposes. 

This journal uncovers the expanding world of redox-based therapeutics—genetic, pharmacological, and nutritional.

Redox Report

Redox Report is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed online journal focusing on the role of free radicals, oxidative stress, activated oxygen, perioxidative and redox processes, primarily in the human environment and human pathology.

However, relevant papers on the animal and plant environment, biology and pathology will also be included.

While emphasis is placed upon methodological and intellectual advances underpinned by new data, the journal offers scope for review, hypotheses, critiques and other forms of discussion.

The Society for Free Radical Research - Europe (SFRR-E) is dedicated to promoting interest in all aspects of of research related to Free Radicals in any scientific field.


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