Biology of the Cell
Copyright © 2013 Société Française des Microscopies and Société Biologie Cellulaire de France
Edited By: Thierry Galli, Paris, France
Impact Factor: 3.6
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 79/181 (Cell Biology)
Online ISSN: 1768-322X
Recently Published Issues
Optogenetics Themed Issue
Check out our themed issue of optogenetics papers published in Biology of the Cell, updated with new articles as and when they are published!
From 2013 volume, Biology of the Cell has made the decision to move online only in order to enhance the standing of the journal and further improve the quality of its provision for authors and readers.
Paper of the Year 2012
This has just been awarded to Sarah J. Fletcher, Natalie S. Poulter, Elizabeth J. Haining and Joshua Z. Rappoport for
Clathrin-mediated endocytosis regulates occludin, and not focal adhesion, distribution during epithelial wound healing
Cover of the Year 2012
This is awarded to the September 2012 Cover; taken from A novel role for the non-catalytic intracellular domain of Neprilysins in muscle physiology by Mareike Panz, Jessica Vitos-Faleato, Arne Jendretzki, Jürgen J. Heinisch, Achim Paululat and Heiko Meyer.
Paper of the Month
Biology of the Cell recognizes the most downloaded paper during the cover month of each issue:
FRET and FRAP imaging: Approaches to characterise tau and stathmin interactions with microtubules in cells
Roqiya Nouar et al.
The editors would also like to highlight this recent Accepted Article from China:
Inflammatory environment induces gingival tissue-specific mesenchymal stem cells to differentiate towards a pro-fibrotic phenotype
Nan Li, Na Liu, Jun Zhou, Liang Tang, Bofu Ding, Yinzhong Duan, Yan Jin
Biology of the Cell has signed the San Francisco Declaration - http://am.ascb.org/dora/.
- 2011 5-year Impact Factor: 3.635
- 2011 Eigenfactor score: 0.00786
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