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Discover what's new and interesting in all aspects of signalling and submit your paper now.

Membrane nanodomains are barely mentioned in textbooks despite their established role in, for instance, cell signalling, protein sorting and vesicular trafficking. To fully appreciate the formation and function of membrane nanodomains, insights are required from many different research disciplines, from theoretical physics to experimental biology. The present volume of Essays in Biochemistry provides a comprehensive overview of the topic, by major contributors to the field, including Ingela Parmryd, Gerald Feigenson and Anne Kenworthy.
The Gateways are representative of the themes of the Biochemical Society's Conference Programme ensuring that, regardless of whether speakers present their research as an Award Lecture, at an Independent Meeting, a Focused Meeting or at the Society's Annual Symposium, the resulting mini-review article fits seamlessly into one of the journal's six new online subject area collections.
The Signal Transduction Gateway is a collection of papers which include cytokines, endocrine systems, geotropism, G-proteins, inositol signalling, integrins, lipid mediators, neurotransmitters, nuclear interactions, nuclear receptors, photoreception, pre- and post-synaptic signalling, protein phosphorylation, receptors, scaffolds, second messengers and sphingolipids.
This latest Themed Collection from Portland Press highlights a selection of recent high-quality papers concerning various aspects of signalling that have been published in our family of journals (Biochemical Journal, Biochemical Society Transactions, Bioscience Reports and Clinical Science).
One of the key areas of biochemistry is signalling, both within the cell, across the cell membrane and between cells. The selected papers here cover a wide range of topics including receptors, redox signalling, signalling pathways involved in cancer, responses and regulation of signalling pathways, and the clinical impact of neurological signalling pathway interference.
This diverse collection of papers emphasizes the importance of signalling systems in a wide array of scientific disciplines, and we welcome the submission of research articles on all aspects of signalling to the Portland Press family of journals. These papers are freely available for 3 months.
Content in BJ Signal
2015 - Volumes 465-472
  • Volume 467
    • part 1, 1-192 (1 Apr)
  • Volume 466
    • part 3, 431-637 (5 Mar)
    • part 2, 203-430 (1 Mar)
    • part 1, 1-201 (15 Feb)
  • Volume 465
    • part 3, 359-515 (1 Feb)
    • part 2, 185-357 (15 Jan)
    • part 1, 1-184 (1 Jan)
2014 - Volumes 457-464
  • Volume 464
    • part 3, 293-472 (15 Dec)
    • part 2, 169-291 (1 Dec)
    • part 1, 1-168 (15 Nov)
  • Volume 463
    • part 3, 319-437 (1 Nov)
    • part 2, 167-317 (15 Oct)
    • part 1, 1-165 (1 Oct)
2013 - Volumes 449-456
2012 - Volumes 441-448
  • Volume 448
    • part 3, 297-423 (15 Dec)
    • part 2, 171-295 (1 Dec)
    • part 1, 1-169 (15 Nov)
2011 - Volumes 433-440
2010 - Volumes 425-432
  • Volume 430
    • part 3, 365-599 (15 Sep)
    • part 2, 179-364 (1 Sep)
    • part 1, 1-177 (15 Aug)
2009 - Volumes 417-424
2008 - Volumes 409-416
2007 - Volumes 401-408
2006 - Volumes 393-400
2005 - Volumes 385-392
2004 - Volumes 377-384
2003 - Volumes 369-376
  • Volume 369
    • part 3, 429-739 (1 Feb)
    • part 2, 199-427 (15 Jan)
    • part 1, 1-198 (1 Jan)
2002 - Volumes 361-368