Trends in Cell Biology
Trends Cell Biol
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News and reviews published each month monitor the breadth and depth of current research in cell biology, reporting on new developments as they happen and integrating methods, disciplines and principles. All articles are commissioned from leading scientists and then subject to stringent peer-review, ensuring balance, accuracy and a lively fluent style. Articles are also extensively illustrated, often in colour. In addition to reviews, Trends in Cell Biology publishes: comments, hypotheses, letters, headlines on recent papers, technique articles, meeting reports, computer technology articles, book reviews, a meetings calendar, and a careers perspective section, helping students & postdoctorates make vital career decisions. All aspects of the molecular cell biology of eukaryotes and prokaryotes are covered. Just a few of the topics covered in 1998: Myc in cell-cycle regulation Syndecans Kinetochores Bcl2 in apoptosis Nucleocytoplasmic transport PITP function Mitochondria in apoptosis The AP3 adaptor complex Dendritic cells The unfolded protein response ECM signalling Scatter factor Proteasome inhibitors Alzheimer's disease Neuronal guidance Exocytosis Tight junctions Adhesion molecules in development Lipids in endocytosis Signalling complexes Furin trafficking Fungal growth forms Chemotaxis SMC proteins Trends in Cell Biology is one of Elsevier's successful range of monthly Trends Journals, each dedicated to providing bright, concise and readable reviews and commentaries on key developments in their respective fields.
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