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ISSN (printed): 1949-0992. ISSN (electronic): 1949-100X.
Function follows form is one of the handful of concepts which are at the core of our understanding of biology. With the ever increasing sophistication of our ability to both visualise and functionally dissect cellular architecture, we can now capture the relationship of form and function at a molecular level. BioArchitecture is the first journal dedicated to all aspects of cell architecture and its role in cell function. There is scarcely a cellular process that does not involve the architecture of the cell. BioArchitecture aims to provide a forum for both the publication of primary research and reviews and the discussion/evaluation of issues of central interest to this research community. BioArchitecture will consider for publication any manuscript which contributes to our understanding of the establishment, organisation, dynamics and function of cell architecture. We recognise that insights may come from the most unexpected and unconventional of directions and will take an inclusive approach in interpreting the scope of the journal. BioArchitecture topics will include, but not be limited to, in vivo and in vitro approaches to the synthesis, assembly and regulation of architectural molecules including motors into higher order structures, the characterization and biophysical properties of architectural systems, the integration and role of architectural systems in cellular processes and the contribution of cell architecture to disease.
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