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Organoid is the official journal of the Organoid Society as an Open Access, fully peer-reviewed international journal.
The journal’s mission is to share insights and developments in organoid research with a global audience. Its regional focus is mainly Korea, but it also welcomes submissions from researchers all over the world.
The long-term vision of the journal is to publish high-quality basic, translational, and biotechnological research in the field of organoids.
By doing so, Organoid aims to enhance this research field, which has a scope of a wide range of applications, such as modeling organ development and disease, drug discovery, tissue engineering, personalized treatment, and regenerative medicine, which are physiologically relevant and amenable to real-life applications with implications for the organoid global community.
Article types published are Original Article, Review, Image of the Month, Editorial and Letter to the Editor. Organoid is an open access, online-only journal.


Online ISSN: 2765-205X

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  • 5,028 Human brain organoids in Alzheimer’s disease
    1,509 Recent advances and challenges in organoid-on-a-chip technology
    5,256 Endoplasmic reticulum stress and organoids
    1,862 Biomimetic in vitro heart platforms for drug development
    1,071 Understanding the cellular pathogenesis of COVID-19 symptoms using organoid technology


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College of Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea
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