J. Cell. Mol. Med. VOLUME 22 • NO. 3 • MARCH 2018 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF STEFAN CONSTANTINESCU A JOURNAL OF TRANSLATIONAL MEDICINE www.jcmmjournal.com IN THIS ISSUE Twist1 and fi brotic diseases The rocky road to personalized medicine in acute myeloid leukaemia Na-glutamine cotransporter SN2/SNAT5 in intestinal crypt cells during chronic enteritis The effect of a single injection of irinotecan on the development of enamel Arsenic trioxide and Dasatinib for Philadelphia chromosome-positive acute lymphoblastic leukaemia mTOR inhibition attenuates myocardial ischaemia–reperfusion injury in hypertrophic heart Sphingosine-1-phosphate (S1P) and glomerular endothelial cells activation p53 enhances endothelial barrier function Physical exosome:exosome interactions Cell-free microRNAs for non-invasive detection of bladder cancer jjcmm_v22_i3_ofc.indd 1 cmm_v22_i3_ofc.indd 1 2 20-02-2018 17:12:48 0-02-2018 17:12:48 Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine Impact Factor (2015): 4.938 Editor-in-Chief: Stefan Constantinescu Université catholique de Louvain, de Duve Institute and Ludwig Cancer Research Brussels, Belgium E-mail: Stefan.Constantinescu@bru.licr.org Senior Associate Editor M. Ivan, Indianapolis, IN, USA Asia Ofﬁ ce X. Wang, Shanghai, China Associate Editors: H. Amin, Houston, TX, USA S. Jalkanen, Turku, Finland A. Papavassiliou, Athens, Greece L. Paraoan, Liverpool, UK L. Anderson, Ames, IA, USA M. Jeschke, Ontario, Canada D. Avram, Gainesville, Florida, USA W. Kim, Chapel Hill, NC, USA D. Perkins, Tacoma, WA,
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