Journal of Anatomy

(The H4-Index of Journal of Anatomy is 19. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-01-01 to 2024-01-01.)
COVID‐19 and anatomy: Stimulus and initial response70
Tissue clearing technique: Recent progress and biomedical applications60
Femoral anteversion: significance and measurement54
Comparative anatomy of the mammalian neuromuscular junction35
Expression of SARS‐CoV‐2 entry factors in human oral tissue29
Geometric description for the anatomy of the mitral valve: A review26
Endocast structures are reliable proxies for the sizes of corresponding regions of the brain in extant birds26
RSK3 mediates necroptosis by regulating phosphorylation of RIP3 in rat retinal ganglion cells24
Morphological variability is greater at developing than mature mouse neuromuscular junctions22
The vomeronasal organ of wild canids: the fox (Vulpes vulpes) as a model21
Are endocasts reliable proxies for brains? A 3D quantitative comparison of the extant human brain and endocast20
An anatomical comparison of the fasciae of the thigh: A macroscopic, microscopic and ultrasound imaging study20
Anatomy of the female pelvic nerves: a macroscopic study of the hypogastric plexus and their relations and variations20
Biological clocks and incremental growth line formation in dentine20
A unique predator in a unique ecosystem: modelling the apex predator within a Late Cretaceous crocodyliform‐dominated fauna from Brazil20
Postnatal development of skeletal muscle in pigs with intrauterine growth restriction: morphofunctional phenotype and molecular mechanisms20
ACE2 and TMPRSS2 in human saliva can adsorb to the oral mucosal epithelium20
The intercarotid or alar fascia, other cervical fascias, and their adjacent spaces – a plea for clarification of cervical fascia and spaces terminology19
Evolutionary anatomy of the plantar aponeurosis in primates, including humans19
Serial block‐face scanning electron microscopy reveals novel intercellular connections in human term placental microvasculature19
The ontogeny of maximum bite force in humans19