Journal of Extracellular Vesicles

(The TQCC of Journal of Extracellular Vesicles is 66. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-03-01 to 2023-03-01.)
Defining mesenchymal stromal cell (MSC)-derived small extracellular vesicles for therapeutic applications287
Extracellular vesicles or exosomes? On primacy, precision, and popularity influencing a choice of nomenclature271
Inhibiting extracellular vesicles formation and release: a review of EV inhibitors251
Quality and efficiency assessment of six extracellular vesicle isolation methods by nano‐flow cytometry240
Extracellular vesicle measurements with nanoparticle tracking analysis – An accuracy and repeatability comparison between NanoSight NS300 and ZetaView212
Comparison of small extracellular vesicles isolated from plasma by ultracentrifugation or size-exclusion chromatography: yield, purity and functional potential193
Optimisation of imaging flow cytometry for the analysis of single extracellular vesicles by using fluorescence-tagged vesicles as biological reference material171
Biological membranes in EV biogenesis, stability, uptake, and cargo transfer: an ISEV position paper arising from the ISEV membranes and EVs workshop136
Tracking the evolution of circulating exosomal‐PD‐L1 to monitor melanoma patients127
Microvesicles: ROS scavengers and ROS producers117
Platelets, endothelial cells and leukocytes contribute to the exercise-triggered release of extracellular vesicles into the circulation116
Evaluation of circulating small extracellular vesicles derived miRNAs as biomarkers of early colon cancer: a comparison with plasma total miRNAs110
Quality of extracellular vesicle images by transmission electron microscopy is operator and protocol dependent97
DNA analysis of low- and high-density fractions defines heterogeneous subpopulations of small extracellular vesicles based on their DNA cargo and topology96
Subpopulations of extracellular vesicles from human metastatic melanoma tissue identified by quantitative proteomics after optimized isolation93
Endosomal signalling via exosome surface TGFβ-186
Small extracellular vesicles deliver miR‐21 and miR‐217 as pro‐senescence effectors to endothelial cells79
Activated human astrocyte‐derived extracellular vesicles modulate neuronal uptake, differentiation and firing79
Metabolic signature of extracellular vesicles depends on the cell culture conditions78
Extracellular vesicles containing ACE2 efficiently prevent infection by SARS‐CoV‐2 Spike protein‐containing virus75
Tumor-secreted extracellular vesicles promote the activation of cancer-associated fibroblasts via the transfer of microRNA-125b74
Pitfalls associated with lipophilic fluorophore staining of extracellular vesicles for uptake studies72
Mitochondrial protein enriched extracellular vesicles discovered in human melanoma tissues can be detected in patient plasma72
Extracellular vesicles derived from natural killer cells use multiple cytotoxic proteins and killing mechanisms to target cancer cells72
Systematic characterization of extracellular vesicle sorting domains and quantification at the single molecule – single vesicle level by fluorescence correlation spectroscopy and single particle imagi69
Considerations towards a roadmap for collection, handling and storage of blood extracellular vesicles69
Anti-angiogenesis triggers exosomes release from endothelial cells to promote tumor vasculogenesis67
Exploration of extracellular vesicles from Ascaris suum provides evidence of parasite–host cross talk67
Imaging flow cytometry facilitates multiparametric characterization of extracellular vesicles in malignant brain tumours66