1) Annual Review of Biochemistry
Annual Reviews Inc
The Annual Review of Biochemistry, in publication since 1932, sets the standard for review articles in biological chemistry and molecular biology. Since its inception, these volumes have served as an indispensable resource for both the practising biochemist and students of biochemistry.
The Annual Review of Biochemistry was the creation of Stanford University chemist and professor J. Murray Luck. In 1930, Luck offered a course on current research in biochemistry to graduate students. In designing the course, he said he felt "knee-deep in trouble", as he believed he was sufficiently knowledgeable in only a few areas of biochemistry. He considered the volume of research to be overwhel...
2) Cell Reports
The Cell Reports Portfolio includes gold open-access journals that span life, medical, and physical science. Our mission is to make cutting-edge research and methodologies across disciplines available to a wide readership.
Cell Reports publishes high-quality papers across the entire life sciences spectrum. The primary criterion for publication in Cell Reports is new biological insight.
Cell Reports features cutting-edge research, with a focus on a shorter, single-point story, called a report, in addition to a longer research article format and resources. Resources highlight significant technical advances or major informational data sets that provide new biological i...
American Chemical Society
Biochemistry provides an international forum for publishing exceptional, rigorous, high-impact research across all of biological chemistry.
This broad scope includes studies on the chemical, physical, mechanistic, and/or structural basis of biological or cell function, and encompasses the fields of chemical biology, synthetic biology, disease biology, cell biology, nucleic acid biology, neuroscience, structural biology, and biophysics. In addition to traditional Research Articles, Biochemistry also publishes Communications, Viewpoints, and Perspectives, as well as From the Bench articles that report new methods of particular interest to the biological chemistry community.
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