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Browse our portfolio of Molecular & Cell Biology journals to discover impactful, leading research. Find the perfect home for your next article, where your research can make a real-world difference.

We offer a wide range of publishing options, including fully open access (OA) or hybrid open access to reach readers in academia and beyond.

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Discover our Molecular & Cell Biology journals:

Molecular and Cellular Biology

Impact Factor: 5.094
This journal covers advancements in research around the molecular biology of all eukaryotic cells. It includes gene expression and genome organization, and studies of chronic diseases and conditions.
Impact Factor: 4.861
Publishes original research into heritable changes in gene expression caused by mechanisms other than the DNA sequence in biological systems.
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Impact Factor: 13.391
Autophagy publishes research on autophagic processes, to advance understanding of the connection between autophagy and human health and disease.
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Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics
Impact Factor: 5.235
Publishes international research on biological structure and dynamics, including atomic structural biology, bioinformatics, genomics and biological networks.
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Impact Factor: 5.428
Virulence publishes research on microbial pathogenesis, infection mechanisms and host–pathogen interactions to address new challenges in infectious diseases.
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Impact Factor: 4.590
Focuses on cell biology and nucleus structure, transport and dynamics, chromatin organization, subcellular organelles, DNA damage repair, RNA processing.
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All Life
Impact Factor: 1.044
Focuses on life science research contributing to achieving the goals of ‘Zero Hunger,’ ‘Good Health and Well-being,’ ‘Life Below Water’ and ‘Life on Land.’
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RNA Biology
Impact Factor: 4.766
Journal publishing cutting-edge research into RNA including RNA sequencing, bioinformatics, structural biology, transcription and splicing.
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Cell Cycle
Impact Factor: 5.173
Research on cell biology topics including DNA, development, metabolism and senescence and issues like stem cells, cancer, molecular biology and therapeutics.
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Critical Reviews in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Impact Factor: 8.697
Publishes critical reviews on biochemistry and molecular biology, contributing to advancements in general medicine, genetics and developmental biology.
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Autophagy Reports
Autophagy Reports is home to research covering the autophagic recycling processes and their relationship to human health and disease including neurodegeneration, aging, diabetes, and cancer.
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Article Collections: Molecular & Cell Biology

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Cellular responses rely on effective sensing and intra-cellular transduction of environmental information. This information is either coded in the extracellular matrix as biochemical cues or activated by mechanosensitive signaling cascades through dynamic environmental force gradients.

RNA, the key molecule in the central dogma, is essential for gene expression. The life cycle of an RNA involves transcription, modification, processing, localisation, translation, and degradation.
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Check out our Pride Month Collection

Pride Month 2023 is here! To celebrate Pride Month, we have conducted a series of interviews with researchers, scholars, PhD students, librarians, and writers to provide a platform for those in the academic and LGBTQIA+ community to share their stories and experiences as part of both communities. We’ve also put together a collection of articles and journals for you to read, free of charge, until the end of the year!