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• The most important goal of these journals is that the material they publish is of exceptionally high quality. All of them achieve these ends by rigorous standards of peer-review, editorial independence, and rapid publication.
Editor, Bette Phimister. The journal publishes advances in all fields of modern genetic research, with a special emphasis on mammalian genetics and gene function. Nature Genetics has the highest impact factor of any research journal worldwide.
Nature Structural Biology
Editor, Tracy Smith. The journal publishes advances in all fields involving the structure of biological macromolecules. These include structural elucidations by X-ray crystallography, NMR, or neutron/electron diffraction as well as other research that elucidate molecular forms and functions. It also publishes methodological advances, studies of biological function using structural methods, experimental and theoretical investigations of protein folding and methods for structural prediction. Nature Structural Biology is the top-sited journal in its field.
Editor, Beatrice Renault. The journal publishes original research in all disciplines of biomedical science, according to editorial assessment of a paper's potential interest, impact, and implications for clinical medicine and the biomedical community. The journal favours submissions that represent a conceptual advance or an original approach to understanding the molecular basis of pathogenesis and therapy. Nature Medicine's impact factor is the highest in its category.
Editor, Andrew Marshall. The journal publishes novel biological research with significant commercial potential in the pharmaceutical, medical, agricultural, and environmental sciences - research that takes biology out of the laboratory and into the marketplace. Nature Biotechnology is the top-cited journal in its field.
Editor, Charles Jennings. The journal publishes papers in all areas of neuroscience, including molecular, cellular, systems, behavioural, cognitive and computational studies.
Nature Cell Biology
Editor, Barbara Marte. The journal publishes papers in all areas of cell biology, encouraging those that use a variety of techniques to shed light on the molecular mechanisms responsible for fundamental cell biological processes.
Editor, Linda Miller. The Journal publishes papers in all areas of immunology research. Priority is given to work that provides fundamental insight into the immune system.
The editors of the Nature journals make their own independent decisions about publication, and the Editor of each journal has full responsibility for the content. The Editor-in-Chief, Philip Campbell, is ultimately responsible for the quality of all publications bearing the name Nature in their titles.
Most papers published in the monthly journals are submitted to them directly. But because Nature has to decline many papers of very high quality for reasons of space, a Nature editor may suggest that a paper declined for editorial (not technical) reasons may be suitable for submission to one of the monthly journals. Papers submitted to Nature will not, however, be passed on to the monthly journals without their authors' prior consent, and it is entirely up to the authors whether they wish their papers to be considered for one of the monthly journals. The advantage to authors is that significant time can be saved by Nature's editors passing on referees' comments to the editor of the journal in question.
Nature Reviews Journals - Launched October 2000
With an ever-increasing number of primary-reasearch journals to be monitored, and the expanding volume of information to be found on the web, it is becoming increasingly difficult for scientists to find the information they need in a form that is immediately useful. The Nature Publishing Group has launched the Nature Reviews journals to address these needs. Using cutting-edge technology and pioneering formats, the journals are dedicated to filtering, highlighting and reviewing the latest information from a broad range of scientific areas.
Editor, Mark Patterson. The journal covers the full range of modern genetics -- from genotypes to phenotypes, from history to ethics. The range of topics covered includes: genomics; functional genomics; evolutionary genetics; technology; multifactorial genetics; disease; chromosome biology; population genetics; epigenetics; developmental biology and gene expression.
Reviews Molecular Cell Biology
Editor: Alison Mitchell. The journal takes readers on a journey from the nucleus of a cell to its boundaries and beyond. The journal scope includes: chromosome biology: nucleic-acid metabolism; gene expression; nuclear transport; protein structure and metabolism; membrane dynamics; bioenergetics; cell signalling; cell growth and division; cytoskeletal dynamics; cell adhesion; developmental cell biology; cell death; and cellular microbiology.
Editor, Peter Collins. Neuroscience is the archetypal multidisciplinary science encompassing a variety of fields that share the common goal of attempting to provide a complete understanding of the structure and function of the central nervous system. Among the area covered are: cellular and molecular neuroscience; development of the nervous system; sensory systems, motor systems and behaviour; regulatory systems; higher cognition and language; computational neuroscience; and disorders of the brain.
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