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 Genetics provides succinct updates, opinions, and discussions on the most exciting current research in all aspects of genetics and developmental biology. Every issue of TiG contains brief, readable Review and Opinion articles that keep readers up to date on the latest trends, important developments, and new ideas both within and outside their specialist area. All articles are commissioned from leading scientists and are then subjected to stringent peer review, ensuring balance and accuracy.
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.
Molecular Cell is a companion to Cell, the leading journal of biology and the highest-impact journal in the world.
Launched in December 1997 and published monthly, Molecular Cell defines the field of molecular biology with a relatively small number of significant papers, up to 15 articles per issue. Coverage will extend from structure to human diseases, concentrating on molecular analyses.
Cell remains at the forefront of exciting developments in biology, continually redefining the important areas of science with cutting edge papers.
Published biweekly, Cell includes original research articles of exceptional significance in areas including molecular biology, biochemistry, cancer research, cell biology, developmental biology, genetics, immunology, microbiology, neurobiology, plant biology, structural biology and virology.
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.
When it comes to protocols, usability and reproducibility are key. That's why STAR Protocols are structured, transparent, and accessible.
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.