Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Developmental Biology

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Edited By: John C. Gerhart (University of California, Berkeley), Alexandra L. Joyner (Sloan-Kettering Institute), Eric F. Wieschaus (Princeton University)

Impact Factor: 3.689

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 8/41 (Developmental Biology)

Online ISSN: 1759-7692

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  • An important new forum to promote cross-disciplinary discussion, published in association with the Society for Developmental Biology

  • An authoritative, encyclopedic resource addressing key topics from the perspectives of cell and molecular biology, stem cell biology, plant biology, evolutionary biology, anatomy, physiology, and neuroscience

  • Now indexed by MEDLINE/PubMed

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WIREs Developmental Biology Current Issue
Volume 2 Issue 6 (November/December 2013)

WIREs Developmental Biology - Collections of interest including:

Evolution & Development
Evolution and Development, or "evo-devo," is a hot new area of collaboration between evolutionary biologists and developmental biologists. This collection of articles from WIREs Developmental Biology highlights reviews that encompass evolutionary aspects.

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Drug Discovery: An Interdisciplinary View
Drug discovery requires a multitude of steps, from identifying targets, to synthesis, screening, and efficacy testing. Multidisciplinary research is required for the discovery process, as highlighted by the articles selected.

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