Journal of Endocrinology Research is an international peer-reviewed journal operating under the open-access publishing model. The journal is focused on the promotion of research of the endocrine system, a vital component of the body’s self-regulatory function.

The scope of the Journal of Endocrinology Research includes, but is not limited to:

  • Endocrine structure
  • Endocrine glands
  • Endocrine cells
  • Hormones (reproduction/metabolism/growth/etc.)
  • Thyroid disorders
  • Diabetes
  • Reproductive endocrinology
  • Neuroendocrinology
  • Obesity
  • Adrenal disorders
  • Paediatric endocrinology

Vol. 4 , Iss. 2 (July 2022)


  • Histopathological Characteristics of Folliculo-stellate Cells in Pituitary Glands of Wild Type, Obese and High-fat Diet Induced Mice

    José Filipe Melo, Gonçalo Borrecho, Noelia Martinez-Sánchez, Francisco Tortosa

    Article ID: 4426
    262  (Abstract) 91  (Download)


    The anterior pituitary gland regulates growth, metabolism, and reproduction
    by secreting hormones. Folliculo-stellate cells (FSC) are non-endocrine
    cells located among hormone-producing cells in the anterior pituitary
    glands, but little is known about the exact roles of those cells. Although,
    with their net organization, they seem to have an important role in the
    hormonal cells regulation and maintenance.
    In this work, the... More

  • Do Endocrinopathies Differ in Most Prevalent Hemoglobinopathy of Middle East: Beta-thalassemia?

    Salma Ahi, Mohsen Adelpour, Bahareh Haghdoost, Ali Jaberi

    Article ID: 4888
    112  (Abstract) 48  (Download)


    Repeated blood transfusions in thalassemia patients is followed by endo
    crinopathies as diabetes, hypothyroidism, hypogonadism, hypoparathy
    roidism, and disorders in calcium and vitamin D homeostasis. The aim
    of this study was to evaluate the association of beta-thalassemia patients
    endocrinopathies and osteoporosis. Serum level of some factors related to
    the function of gonads, thyroid, adrenal, and pancreas along with serum
    levels of... More


  • Cortisol Response in Breast Cancer: The Role of Physical Activity and Exercise

    Margarida Marinho, Sílvia Rocha Rodrigues

    Article ID: 4943
    73  (Abstract) 57  (Download)


    Chronic stress is a consistent sense of feeling pressured and overwhelmed
    for a long period of time and it has been defined as a maladaptive state that
    is associated with altered hypothalamic pituitary adrenal (HPA) axis. The
    hyperactivity of the HPA axis is commonly assessed by cortisol levels.
    Physical activity (PA) and exercise have been demonstrated to regulate
    cortisol patterns... More

mini review

  • Evaluating the Effect of Irisin on Obesity-Concerning Physical Activity

    Onur Oral, Pınar Tatlibal, Evangelia Stavropoulou

    Article ID: 4955
    86  (Abstract) 46  (Download)


    Background: The study aims to investigate and evaluate the impact
    of irisin on physical activity and obesity. Materials and Methods: In
    the search for scientific literature related to this review the US National
    Library of Medicine (PubMed) used MEDLINE and SportDiscus data
    and the terms “irisin”, “physical activity”, and “obesity”, were used. The
    relevant literature has also taken its source... More

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