Special Issues



The Journal of Physiology publishes reviews on current topics, from researchers in emerging areas, in Special Issues. See our current ‘Call for Papers’.


2016


JP

1 March 2016 - Volume 594 - Number 5
Hypoxia, fetal and neonatal physiology: 100 years on from Sir Joseph Barcroft


2015


JP

15 September 2015 - Volume 593 - Number 18
Twenty‐five years of CLC transport proteins


JP

1 March 2015 - Volume 593 - Number 6
Sodium and calcium regulation in cardiac myocytes: from molecules to heart failure and arrhythmia


2014


JP

15 September 2014 - Volume 592 - Number 18
The kidney – an organ of critical importance in physiology

Reviews on the subject of the kidney, with an overview by Louise Robson.


JP

15 July 2014 - Volume 592 - Number 14
Neurohormonal signalling in the gastrointestinal tract – new frontiers


JP

1 June 2014 - Volume 592 - Number 11
The integration of evolutionary biology with physiological science


2013


JP

1 September 2013 - Volume 591- Number 17
Arrhythmia: 100 years on from George Ralph Mines


JP

1 January 2013 - Volume 591- Number 1
Neuroscience from the Florey Institute


2012


JP

15 September 2012 - Volume 590 - Number 18
The cardiac physiome – computational physiology


JP

1 June 2012 - Volume 590 - Number 11
Voltage-gated ion channels: celebrating 60 years
Reviews - William A. Catterall, Lily Yeh Jan, Stephen G. Waxman, Denis Noble


JP

1 February 2012 - Volume 590 - Number 3
Epithelial biology in the gastrointestinal system
Reviews - Juanita Merchant, Gail Hecht, Helen Raybould and Bernd Schnabl


2011


JP

1 January 2011 - Volume 589 - Number 1
Information processing in the primate visual system
Reviews - Paul Martin, Samuel Solomon, Farran Briggs, Martin Usrey, Barry Lee and James Bisley


JP

1/3/2011

1 March 2011 - Volume 589 - Number 5
Systems biology in a physiological world
Reviews - Michael J. Joyner, Denis Noble, Paul Greenhaff, Dirk J. Duncker, Timothy W. Secomb and Robert L. Hester


JP

15/03/2011

15 March 2011 - Volume 589 - Number 6
Synthesis, function and possible new avenues for erythropoietin
Reviews - Carsten Lundby, Wolfgang Jelkmann, Johannes Vogel, Max Gassmann and Niels Vidiendal Olsen


2010


JP

1 January 2010 - Volume 588 - Number 1
Structure, function and neurophysiology of inhibitory and excitatory amino acid receptors
Reviews - Derek Bowie, Kris Krnjevic, Lucia Sivilotti, David Weiss, James Howe, Pierre Paoletti, rosa Cossart, Stephanie Oilet, Anne McKinney, Jean-Marc Fritschy and Christophe Mulle


JP

1 June 2010 - Volume 588 - Number 11
Neurological channelopathies
Reviews - Dimitri Kullmann, Stephen G. Waxman, Michael Hanna, William Catterall, Miriam Meisler, Sulayman Dib-Hajj, John Wood, Daniela Pietrobon, Jeff Noebels, Robert MacDonald, Hugh Bostock and Sam Berkovic


JP

1 December 2010 - Volume 588 - Number 23
Voltage and ion sensing channels: three views of the same tale
Reviews - Yasushi Okamura, Jianmin Cui, Nicolas Demaurex, Antoun El Chemaly, Polina Lishko and Yuriy Kirichok


2009


JP

15 June 2009 - Volume 587 - Number 12
Receptive fields of single neurones in the cat's striate cortex
50th anniversary of David Hubel and Torsten Wiesel
Reviews - Erik Kandel, Nigel Daw, John Nicholls, Robert Wurtz, Semir Zeki and
David Hubel


2008


JP

1 January 2008 - Volume 586 - Number 1
Olympics special: Exercise physiology and human performance
Reviews - Michael Joyner, Bengt Saltin, Roger Enoka, Benjamin Levine, Jens Bo Nielsen,
Leonardo Cohen and Michael Kjaer


2007


JP

1 January 2007 - Volume 578 - Number 1
From genotype to phenotype and back
Reviews - Michael Kotlikoff, Roger Hardie, Bjarte Furnes, John Schimenti, Kenton Sanders, Sean Ward, Guy Salama and Barry London


Funder Compliance

Editor's Choice

1 July - Volume 594 Issue 13

Murine startle mutant Nmf11 affects the structural stability of the glycine receptor and increases deactivation
Megan E. Wilkins, Alex Caley, Marc C. Gielen, Robert J. Harvey, Trevor G. Smart

The rat suprachiasmatic nucleus: the master clock ticks at 30 Hz
Takahiro Tsuji, Chiharu Tsuji, Mike Ludwig, Gareth Leng

The acquisition of mechano‐electrical transducer current adaptation in auditory hair cells requires myosin VI
Walter Marcotti, Laura F. Corns, Richard J. Goodyear, Agnieszka K. Rzadzinska, Karen B. Avraham, Karen P. Steel, Guy P. Richardson, Corné J. Kros

Train stimulation of parallel fibre to Purkinje cell inputs reveals two populations of synaptic responses with different receptor signatures
Suma Priya Sudarsana Devi, James R. Howe, Céline Auger

 

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