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Working at the intersection of cell biology and the physical/computational sciences?

Jennifer Lippincott-SchwartzSubmit Your Work by June 15 for the MBoC Special Issue on Quantitative Biology

Guest Editor Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz

Recognizing the profound influence that concepts and technologies from the physical and computational sciences are having on cell biology, Molecular Biology of the Cell (MBoC) welcomes research articles, including methods papers, in:

  • Quantitative imaging
  • Superresolution imaging techniques and their applications
  • Biophysical properties of cells and cell structures
  • Computational and mathematical modeling
  • Systems studies of cell signaling and complex physiological processes
  • Innovative physical or computational approaches to cell biological problems

Work in these areas is welcome at all times, but submission by June 15, 2014, may allow it to be included in the November special issue on Quantitative Biology. Results of your research will be highly visible to cell biologists, including more than 10,000 recipients of MBoC’s electronic tables of contents. And a printed collection of articles from the online special issue will be distributed to all attendees at the 2014 ASCB/IFCB Meeting. Leaders in the field know that MBoC presents conceptual advances of broad interest and high quality.

Visit www.molbiolcell.org or contact Editor-in-Chief David Drubin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Submit at www.mbcpapers.org


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