Cell publishes findings of unusual significance in any area of experimental biology, including but not limited to cell biology, molecular biology, neuroscience, immunology, virology and microbiology, cancer, human genetics, systems biology, signaling, and disease mechanisms and therapeutics. The basic criterion for considering papers is whether the results provide significant conceptual advances into, or raise provocative questions and hypotheses regarding, an interesting and important biological question. In addition to primary research articles in four formats, Cell features review and opinion articles on recent research advances and issues of interest to its broad readership in the Leading Edge section.
Cell Stem Cell is a broad-spectrum journal that covers the entire spectrum of stem cell biology. Topics covered include embryonic stem cells, pluripotency, germline stem cells, tissue-specific stem cells, stem cell differentiation, epigenetics, stem cell genomics and systems biology, genome reprogramming, cancer stem cells, stem cell niches, stem-cell-based disease models, nuclear transfer technology, bioengineering, drug discovery, in vivo imaging of stem cells, therapeutic applications, regenerative medicine, clinical and translational insights, stem cell research policies, ethical issues, and technical or resource-based innovations. We will consider studies from any model system that provides insights into stem cell biology, and we encourage submissions on human stem cells.
Cell Stem Cell publishes research reports describing novel results of unusual significance in all areas of stem cell research. Each issue also contains a wide variety of review and analysis articles covering topics relevant to stem cell research ranging from basic biological advances to ethical, policy, and funding issues.
Cell Stem Cell is edited by an expert team of in-house editors and is affiliated with the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR). For more information about the ISSCR, see www.isscr.org.
Stem Cell Reports is the official journal of the ISSCR, a high visibility, open access journal covering the breadth of stem cell research and its application to medicine.
Trends in Biotechnology publishes review and opinion articles from the many disciplines of the applied biosciences and biotechnology – from molecular genetics to biochemical engineering.
Cell Reports is an open-access journal from Cell Press that publishes high-quality papers across the entire life sciences spectrum. The primary criterion for publication in Cell Reports, as for all Cell Press journals, is new biological insight. Cell Reports publishes thought-provoking, cutting-edge research, with a focus on a shorter, single-point story, called a Report, in addition to a longer Article format. Cell Reports also publishes Resources, which highlight significant technical advances and/or major informational data sets.
Cell Reports Medicine is a new broad-scope, open access journal from Cell Press, publishing original, thought-provoking research from exciting translational concepts in human biology, health, and disease to all phases of clinical work.
Cell Systems is a broad, multidisciplinary monthly journal for outstanding research that provides, supports, or applies systems-level understanding in the life sciences and related disciplines. Manuscripts describing novel discoveries, milestone achievements, broadly useful tools or resources, or insights into the use of technology may all be appropriate. Quantitative integrative studies that reveal general principles of systems are particularly welcome.
Trends in Molecular Medicine’s objective is to facilitate communication between groups of highly trained professionals with distinct backgrounds and skills, whose common goals are to understand and explain the molecular basis of disease with a view to new clinical practice. Trends in Molecular Medicine is a resource for students and professionals alike, who have information needs that transcend the traditional clinical or scientific categorisation.
Developmental Cell is a broad-spectrum journal that covers the fields of cell biology and developmental biology. It publishes research reports describing novel results of unusual significance in all areas of these two fields, and at the interface between them.
Trends in Cell Biology is among the leading review journals in molecular and cell biology. Review articles 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.
Med, a new journal from Cell Press, publishes transformative, evidence-based science across the clinical and translational research continuum – from large-scale clinical trials to translational studies with demonstrable functional impact, offering novel insights in disease understanding.
We aim to elevate the global standard of medical research by accelerating translation of bench research to the clinic, serving as a hub for engagement between all stakeholders, improving reproducibility, and changing medical practice.
iScience publishes basic and applied research that advances a specific field across life, physical, and earth sciences. It's an open access journal with continuous publication, so research is immediately accessible. Our no-nonsense approach to submissions is simple, fast, and fair, and our commitment to integrity means we publish transparent methods, replication studies, and negative results.
Heliyon is an all-science, open access journal that is part of the Cell Press family. Any paper reporting scientifically accurate and valuable research, which adheres to accepted ethical and scientific publishing standards, will be considered for publication.
Patterns is a new gold open access journal publishing transformative, peer-reviewed research across the spectrum of research disciplines including computational, physical, life, and social sciences, and the humanities. Published from Cell Press, Patterns promotes all types of research outputs and facilitates sharing and collaboration to solve key scientific problems and aid in the development of solutions for practice, policies, and management.
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STAR Protocols works for you. If you're an author, we'll work with you to ensure you have the space and structure you need to explain what worked and perhaps, more importantly, what didn't. If you’re a reader, you can be sure that STAR Protocols meet the high quality standards you've come to expect from Cell Press.