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Edited By: Sergio Grinstein (Editor-in-Chief), Neil Gow, Elizabeth Hartland (Reviews Editor), Jacomine Krijnse Locker, Philippe Sansonetti (Co-Founding Editor), Artur Scherf, Feng Shao, Thierry Soldati, Richard S. Stephens (Co-Founding Editor)
Impact Factor: 4.816
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 20/119 (Microbiology); 55/185 (Cell Biology)
Online ISSN: 1462-5822
Associated Title(s): Molecular Microbiology
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Editor's Choice Feature
We are pleased to announce the latest Editors' Choice paper:
Pascale Vonaesch, Mikael E. Sellin, Steven Cardini, Vikash Singh, Manja Barthel and Wolf-Dietrich Hardt
Salmonella Typhimurium uses temporally ordered expression of two Type-III-secretion systems (TTSS) to translocate effectors into an engaged host cell, thereby driving invasion (TTSS-1), and maturation of the intracellular niche (TTSS-2). Two main TTSS-1 effectors, SopE and SopE2, are here shown to be secreted also after entry, to co-localize with intracellular Salmonella, and to promote early replication within the host cell. Combined with previous studies, this work highlights the key importance of TTSS-1 invasion effectors for host cell manipulation also post-entry. S. Tm (green) surrounded by SopE (red) within an infected HeLa cell, stained to reveal filamentous actin (phalloidin; light blue) and the nucleus (DAPI; gray).
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Special Issue Out Now: Malaria
This Special Issue on Malaria includes publications from the European Virtual Institute for Malaria Research and the world wide malaria research community commemorating the 10th annual ‘BioMalPar’ meeting on the biology and pathology of the malaria parasite.
Virtual Issue Online Now
The Highlights of 2013 Virtual Issue is a collection of the Editors' Choice articles from 2013, brought together into a Virtual Issue for you to explore.
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This journal publishes molecular and mechanistic studies of Bacteria, Archaea, eukaryotic microorganisms, and their viruses.
This journal publishes research on molecular studies of microorganisms of the oral cavity and respiratory tract, host-microbe interactions, cellular microbiology, molecular ecology, and immunological studies of oral and respiratory tract infections.
Key Features of Cellular Microbiology
Reasons to publish with Cellular Microbiology
Aims & Scope
Cellular Microbiology aims to publish outstanding contributions to the understanding of interactions between microbes and eukaryotic cells and tissues in the context of pathogenic or symbiotic relationships, including the use of model hosts. Submission on cell biological aspects of microbes, such as their intracellular organization or the establishment and maintenance of their architecture are also encouraged. Contributions must provide mechanistic insights obtained through imaging, cellular, biochemical, structural or genetic approaches.
Thank you to our Reviewers
Cellular Microbiology is very thankful to the reviewers who guarantee the high standard of the work that is published and so strongly influence the impact of the journal in the field of host-pathogen interactions. We have published a list of the people who have shown a particularly high level of commitment by accepting to handle multiple papers and providing rapid review over the past year.