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Rockefeller University Press We publish The Journal of Cell Biology, The Journal of Experimental Medicine, and The Journal of General Physiology.
The Rockefeller University Press (RUP) is committed to quality and integrity in scientific publishing. Our goal is to publish excellent science using the latest technologies. We carry out rigorous peer review, applying the highest standards of novelty, mechanistic insight, data integrity, and general interest. In the internet age, the ability to distribute information is no longer restricted to publishers, and everyone is overloaded with information. Thus, the current value of a scientific publisher is that we carry out peer review, and by doing so we publish only those papers reporting significant conceptual advances. The review process for all three RUP journals is carried out in conjunction with academic editors.
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Researchers in Japan have identified a new quality control system that allows cells to remove damaged and potentially to...
02/19/2020
Researchers discover how cells clear misfolded proteins from tissues

Researchers in Japan have identified a new quality control system that allows cells to remove damaged and potentially toxic proteins from their surroundings. The study was published in the Journal of Cell Biology (https://bit.ly/39KPBQY).

Researchers in Japan have identified a new quality control system that allows cells to remove damaged and potentially toxic proteins from their surroundings. The study, which will be published Feb. 18, 2020 in the Journal of Cell Biology, finds that the Clusterin protein and heparan sulfate proteogl...

Journal of General Physiology (JGP) is pleased to present this collection (https://bit.ly/31SV5qf) of recently published...
02/17/2020
Research News Collection 2020

Journal of General Physiology (JGP) is pleased to present this collection (https://bit.ly/31SV5qf) of recently published articles that elucidate new advances in mechanistic and quantitative cellular and molecular physiological research.

Journal of General Physiology (JGP) is pleased to present this collection of recently published articles that elucidate new advances in mechanistic and quantitative cellular and molecular physiological research.

The Journal of Cell Biology is pleased to present a special collection of articles to coincide with the 2020 Keystone Sy...
02/10/2020
Cellular Mechanisms of Aging

The Journal of Cell Biology is pleased to present a special collection of articles to coincide with the 2020 Keystone Symposia conference on "Intra- and Intercellular Mechanisms of Aging". https://bit.ly/36ZRdEV

Interested in discussing your latest research with JCB editors and learning how we are making the publishing process easier for authors? Meet Scientific Editor Andrea Marat at this Keystone Symposia conference or contact the Editorial office.

Research from Penn’s School of Veterinary Medicine and the University of Arizona and published in the Journal of Experim...
02/05/2020
With a protein ‘delivery,’ parasite can suppress its host’s immune response | Penn Today

Research from Penn’s School of Veterinary Medicine and the University of Arizona and published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine (https://bit.ly/2SeGsZN), shows that Toxoplasma gondii parasites inject their host’s macrophages, a type of immune cell, with a protein that changes the activity of the macrophage itself, creating what is known as an M2 macrophage. Those changes, the team showed, rein in the response of T cells that are normally responsible for killing parasites. https://bit.ly/2Gkp2pd

The parasite Toxoplasma gondii need not infect a host immune cell to alter its behavior, according to a new study from the School of Veterinary Medicine.

We are joining the call from Wellcome to make published Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) studies rapidly accessible: https:...
02/04/2020

We are joining the call from Wellcome to make published Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) studies rapidly accessible: https://bit.ly/2SguLSx

Background image credit: Dr_Microbe/iStock by Getty Images

The Journal of Experimental Medicine is pleased to present a special collection of articles to coincide with the Next Ge...
02/04/2020
Immunology: New Insights and Resources

The Journal of Experimental Medicine is pleased to present a special collection of articles to coincide with the Next Gen Immunology 2020 conference. https://bit.ly/36SIhks

Interested in discussing your latest research with JEM editors and learning how we are making the publishing process easier for authors? Meet Scientific Editor Stephanie Houston at this conference or contact the Editorial office.

At the beginning of 2020, the start of a new decade, the Journal of Experimental Medicine is proud to present the annual...
01/31/2020
2019: The Year in Experimental Medicine

At the beginning of 2020, the start of a new decade, the Journal of Experimental Medicine is proud to present the annual Best of JEM series (https://bit.ly/2S5A9rk) to highlight some of the articles that were of great interest to our readers.

The top 10 papers are selected by the editorial team based, in part, on the number of requests for PDF and full-text HTML versions of an article in the first three months after publication.

Immunologists from St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital have revealed two independent mechanisms driving self-defense m...
01/23/2020
Breaking the dogma: Key cell death regulator has more than one way to get the job done

Immunologists from St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital have revealed two independent mechanisms driving self-defense molecules to trigger cell death. Their work was published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine (https://bit.ly/2FmVMO4). Read the press release here: https://bit.ly/35y54S7

Scientists explain how cell death caused from this protein could lead to drug treatments to prevent the inflammatory, cell-killing response of septic shock.

01/22/2020
New in RUP Journals!

No more losing your place. No need for multiple browser tabs. No more jumping between formats. Rockefeller University Press journals now offer Split-Screen View. Tell us what you think: take our survey and enter to win an iPad with 10.2 inch Retina display https://bit.ly/33RPNuo #YourView

Happy New Year! The Journal of Cell Biology turns 65 in 2020, and in honor of this milestone we have compiled a series o...
01/16/2020
JCB65: Methods

Happy New Year! The Journal of Cell Biology turns 65 in 2020, and in honor of this milestone we have compiled a series of special historical collections highlighting some of the groundbreaking work published in the journal. This month, we revisit classic methods that went on to shape cell biological research. https://bit.ly/2Tp18QY

In the first collection celebrating our 65th anniversary , we revisit classic methods that shaped cell biological research.

The Journal of General Physiology, in partnership with the Society for General Physiologists, is accepting applications ...
01/15/2020
Junior Faculty Networking Cohort

The Journal of General Physiology, in partnership with the Society for General Physiologists, is accepting applications for the 2019 Junior Faculty Networking Cohort until January 22 (https://bit.ly/2EgPzmo). The program is designed to support and connect junior faculty in the first stage of their independent careers. Up to nine junior faculty will be matched with JGP Editorial Advisory Board Member Robert J. French, PhD, for group discussions. Each discussion begins with a topic of relevance, such as selecting and managing personnel, financial management, and collaborating wisely.

JGP, in partnership with the Society of General Physiologists, has launched the Junior Faculty Networking Cohort, a program designed to support and connect junior faculty i...

The Journal of Experimental Medicine is seeking a scientific editor to oversee the peer review process for submitted man...
01/14/2020
Scientific Editor - JEM

The Journal of Experimental Medicine is seeking a scientific editor to oversee the peer review process for submitted manuscripts and recruit high-quality submissions. PhD in immunology required. Learn more and apply: https://bit.ly/35PpSoe

The successful candidate is expected to effectively manage projects and tasks that will make a significant contribution to the overall strategic direction of the journal.

The Journal of Cell Biology is seeking a talented individual for the role of Scientific Editor or Senior Scientific Edit...
01/10/2020
Scientific Editor - JCB

The Journal of Cell Biology is seeking a talented individual for the role of Scientific Editor or Senior Scientific Editor. A PhD in a field relevant to cell biology is required; postdoctoral experience is preferred. Regular travel to attend relevant scientific meetings and to visit research institutions required. Must have exceptional communication skills and superb attention to detail, as well as a strong interest in scientific publishing and publication ethics. Learn more and apply: https://bit.ly/2FBajG8

The Scientific Editor will oversee the peer review process for submitted manuscripts and recruit high-quality submissions to the Journal of Cell Biology (JCB).

Scientists at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital have discovered a new way that the molecule RIPK1 leads to cell deat...
01/08/2020
Breaking the dogma: Key cell death regulator has more than one way to get the job done

Scientists at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital have discovered a new way that the molecule RIPK1 leads to cell death in infected, damaged or unwanted cells showing that more than one mechanism can trigger the process. The findings were published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine (https://bit.ly/2FmVMO4).

Scientists explain how cell death caused from this protein could lead to drug treatments to prevent the inflammatory, cell-killing response of septic shock.

Researchers at the University of Toronto have identified a key protein that supports the growth of many colorectal cance...
12/27/2019

Researchers at the University of Toronto have identified a key protein that supports the growth of many colorectal cancers. The study, published in JCB (https://bit.ly/357783n), reveals that a protein called Importin-11 transports the cancer-causing protein βcatenin into the nucleus of colon cancer cells, where it can drive cell proliferation. Inhibiting this transport step could block the growth of most colorectal cancers caused by elevated βcatenin levels. Read the press release here: https://bit.ly/37iSWWp

Exciting changes came to Rockefeller University Press journals this year, including the launch of the new Journal of Cel...
12/24/2019

Exciting changes came to Rockefeller University Press journals this year, including the launch of the new Journal of Cell Biology (JCB), Journal of Experimental Medicine (JEM), and Journal of General Physiology (JGP) websites on the Silverchair platform. Our first priority is to serve the scientific community, and our new websites ensure that we meet this commitment by providing an excellent reading experience through cutting edge functionality. If you haven’t yet, we encourage you to try the new Split-Screen View feature and leave us your feedback through our survey (https://bit.ly/2EOFDAA).

Thank you for trusting JCB, JEM, JGP, and Life Science Alliance (LSA) as resources for your work, submitting your best research, and helping to make the journals truly representative of the broad community of scientists we aim to serve.

Researchers in China have discovered how a Zika virus protein reshapes its host cell to aid viral replication. The study...
12/23/2019

Researchers in China have discovered how a Zika virus protein reshapes its host cell to aid viral replication. The study, published in the Journal of Cell Biology (https://bit.ly/34TFWoh), reveals that the viral protein NS1 converts an interior cellular compartment called the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) into a protective region where the virus can survive and replicate. Blocking this process could be a novel therapeutic strategy to treat patients infected with Zika or similar viral pathogens, such as the yellow fever and dengue viruses. Read the press release here: https://bit.ly/2Qgr0eC

JGP, in partnership with the Society for General Physiologists, is now accepting applications for the 2019 Junior Facult...
12/16/2019
Junior Faculty Networking Cohort

JGP, in partnership with the Society for General Physiologists, is now accepting applications for the 2019 Junior Faculty Networking Cohort (https://bit.ly/2EgPzmo). The program is designed to support and connect junior faculty in the first stage of their independent careers. Up to nine junior faculty will be matched with JGP Editorial Advisory Board Member Robert J. French, PhD, for group discussions. Each discussion begins with a topic of relevance, such as selecting and managing personnel, financial management, and collaborating wisely.

JGP, in partnership with the Society of General Physiologists, has launched the Junior Faculty Networking Cohort, a program designed to support and connect junior faculty i...

Much of what is known today about the health risks associated with tobacco smoke and high levels of cholesterol in the b...
12/12/2019
Science history: Marie Maynard Daly, lifesaver

Much of what is known today about the health risks associated with tobacco smoke and high levels of cholesterol in the blood began with the work of Marie Maynard Daly. Some of her work was published in the Journal of General Physiology and the Journal of Experimental Medicine. https://bit.ly/345Qj8n

Chemist helped highlight the dangers of cholesterol and tobacco.

Congratulations to Emmanuelle Passegué, JEM Editor and Columbia Stem Cell Initiative Director, for winning this year's W...
12/10/2019
Emmanuelle Passegué Awarded Dameshek Prize for Outstanding Contributions to Hematology

Congratulations to Emmanuelle Passegué, JEM Editor and Columbia Stem Cell Initiative Director, for winning this year's William Dameshek Prize for outstanding contributions to the understanding of hematopoietic stem cells! https://bit.ly/38m4p8K

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The Journal of Cell Biology presents the annual Year in Cell Biology collection (https://bit.ly/38aBkNx), highlighting s...
12/09/2019
The Year in Cell Biology: 2019

The Journal of Cell Biology presents the annual Year in Cell Biology collection (https://bit.ly/38aBkNx), highlighting some of the 2019 JCB papers that most captured the attention and interest of JCB readers across the range of cell biology. Meet the team during #ASCBEMBO19 at Booth #734 in the Exhibit Hall!

With this collection, we wish to convey the range of studies JCB publishes on the different “building blocks of the cell,” a theme captured in the cover image by artist Emilie Clark.

To coincide with the 2019 ASCB Doorstep Meeting, Cancer: From Genome Instability to Therapy, read the Journal of Cell Bi...
12/06/2019
Special Collection of Reviews on Cancer Cell Biology

To coincide with the 2019 ASCB Doorstep Meeting, Cancer: From Genome Instability to Therapy, read the Journal of Cell Biology's new collection of reviews on cancer cell biology: https://bit.ly/2Lpd5Bv

Basic science provides the foundation for progress in cancer biology, and we are delighted to highlight reviews discussing fundamental cell biological discoveries and how these latest advances can be harnessed therapeutically for translational development. Learn about the cellular mechanisms protect...

Rockefeller University Press is pleased to announce that Tim Spencer has been appointed Executive Editor of the Journal ...
11/25/2019

Rockefeller University Press is pleased to announce that Tim Spencer has been appointed Executive Editor of the Journal of Cell Biology. In this role, Tim leads a team of professional scientific editors working in concert with research-active editors. Tim has been JCB Deputy Editor since 2016, and previously served as a Senior Scientific Editor at Nature Neuroscience. Please join us in congratulating Tim, and learn more about JCB editors here: https://bit.ly/2qG3pLE

Since the discovery of insulin nearly 100 years ago, scientists have explored how it interacts with its receptor with th...
11/22/2019
Researchers discover a new way in which insulin interacts with its receptor

Since the discovery of insulin nearly 100 years ago, scientists have explored how it interacts with its receptor with the goal of improving the ability of therapeutic insulins to mimic the way insulin works in the body. In a new study published in the Journal of Cell Biology (https://bit.ly/37rJxwG), researchers have solved a critical piece of the puzzle by showing how insulin interacts with its receptor at a second binding site. https://bit.ly/345oSfr

Since the discovery of insulin nearly 100 years ago, scientists have explored how it interacts with its receptor with the goal of improving the ability of therapeutic insulins to mimic the way insulin works in the body. In a new study, researchers have solved a critical piece of the puzzle by showin...

Microtubules permeate cells, giving them shape and the structural support they need to develop into the brains, central ...
11/21/2019
The shapers of cells get help from a surprising source

Microtubules permeate cells, giving them shape and the structural support they need to develop into the brains, central nervous systems, and immune systems found in all higher organisms. Yale researchers have found an unexpected mechanism that allows microtubules to carry out these crucial tasks, their work was published in the Journal of Cell Biology (https://bit.ly/2NKvWaA).

Thread-like microtubules, which give shape and structure to cells, are regulated by an enzyme called Abl2 which can control growth without using proteins.

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