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Signal Transduction
Signal Transduct

Published/Hosted by John Wiley and Sons. ISSN (printed): 1615-4053. ISSN (electronic): 1615-4061.

Signal Transduction: Receptors Mediators and Genes intends to become the premier international forum for critical discussions in the multifaceted field of signal transduction mechanisms. It is devoted to the communication of new results and concepts with relevance for an interdisciplinary readership. With its interdisciplinary character it will give you insights into fields distant from your own research which will enable you to find a solution for your particular scientific problem where you didn't expect to find it. Signal Transduction: Receptors Mediators and Genes will cover all stages of signal transfer between cell surface and nucleus (e.g. receptor activation cytoplasmic signaling cascades gene regulation growth and differentiation factor expression and secretion) as well as the control of general cell physiology (e.g. profileration differentation adhesion migration aging apoptosis) in normal and transformed cells. The main focus of the journal is on signaling in mammalian cells but contributions dealing with other cellular systems (e.g. Drosophila Caenorhabditis fungi plants bacteria) are also welcomed. Methodological or technical achievements may also fall into the scope if they are of widespread use for the community of readers. Signal Transduction: Receptors Mediators and Genes publishes an attractive mixture of original research papers reviews/minireviews short communications points of view technical comments Readers Signal Transduction: Receptors Mediators and Genes creates a platform for scientific exchange in the multifaceted interdisciplinary field of signal transduction and will address immunologists cell biologists molecular biologists neurobiologists biochemists pharmacologists clinical researchers Society Affiliation Signal Transduction: Receptors Mediators and Genes is the official journal of the Signal Transduction Society .

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