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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 publishe

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 publishe

Researchers Weill Cornell Medicine & NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital have discovered that injecting mice with blood vessel...
07/21/2021
Researchers reverse emphysema in mice by injecting blood vessel wall cells

Researchers Weill Cornell Medicine & NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital have discovered that injecting mice with blood vessel wall cells can reverse the symptoms of #emphysema, suggesting new treatments for #COPD. Read the press release https://bit.ly/2Usz2HM or see the full study in Journal of Experimental Medicine: https://bit.ly/3hQfTs2

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian in New York have discovered that injecting mice with pulmonary endothelial cells--the cells that line the walls of blood vessels in the lung--can reverse the symptoms of emphysema. The study, which will be published July 21 in the Journa...

The Journal of Experimental Medicine (JEM) presents a special collection of recent articles on hematologic malignancies,...
07/21/2021
JEM Hematologic Malignancies Collection 2021 | Journal of Experimental Medicine | Rockefeller University Press

The Journal of Experimental Medicine (JEM) presents a special collection of recent articles on hematologic malignancies, to coincide with FASEB virtual Hematologic Malignancies Conference.
The collection includes studies that characterize heterogenous disease-propagating stem cells, explore the regulation of translation, metabolism, cell cycle, cell death, and developmental pathways, and develop novel therapies in the context of leukemia and lymphoma. The review articles from our recent Special Focus on Hematopoietic Stem Cells are also featured here.

JEM is pleased to present a special collection of articles on hematologic malignancies. The collection includes studies that characterize heterogenous disease-propagating stem cells, explore the regulation of translation, metabolism, cell cycle, cell de...

To accompany the Lysophospholipid and Related Mediators Conference (FASEB), JEM presents a special collection of recent ...
07/13/2021
Lipid Mediators in Immunity | Journal of Experimental Medicine | Rockefeller University Press

To accompany the Lysophospholipid and Related Mediators Conference (FASEB), JEM presents a special collection of recent articles that uncover the roles of lysophospholipids & other signaling lipids in immunity, from modulating B cell & T cell function to mediating pathogen recognition.

We hope you enjoy the collection and and encourage your feedback!

Lipid molecules represent major structural elements of the cell as well as fuel reserves. However, lipids are also signaling molecules able to affect immune cell activity and even trigger cell death. In this special collection, we present recent JEM art...

The cover image of JGP July issue shows the mechanism by which MARP1 (orange) locks titin–N2A (blue) to the thin filamen...
07/05/2021

The cover image of JGP July issue shows the mechanism by which MARP1 (orange) locks titin–N2A (blue) to the thin filament in sarcomeres. Titin domains: Ig, red; PEVK, yellow; fibronectin, white. Robbert van der Pijl et al. show that MARP1 locks titin to the thin filament to increase passive force (https://bit.ly/3zLIt4J).

Read JGP's July Special Issue, focused on the function and dynamic regulation of contractile systems in muscle and non-muscle cells: https://bit.ly/2TdzlFN

The cover image of JGP July issue shows the mechanism by which MARP1 (orange) locks titin–N2A (blue) to the thin filament in sarcomeres. Titin domains: Ig, red; PEVK, yellow; fibronectin, white. Robbert van der Pijl et al. show that MARP1 locks titin to the thin filament to increase passive force (https://bit.ly/3zLIt4J).

Read JGP's July Special Issue, focused on the function and dynamic regulation of contractile systems in muscle and non-muscle cells: https://bit.ly/2TdzlFN

On the cover of JEM July issue: the antigen-presenting molecule CD1a (white) binds long chain sphingomyelin (blue), whic...
07/05/2021

On the cover of JEM July issue: the antigen-presenting molecule CD1a (white) binds long chain sphingomyelin (blue), which protrudes to the CD1a surface and blocks the approach of T cell receptors (orange and pink). This original image was made by Dr. Erica Tandori, who is an artist in residence at Monash University. She has worked together with Marcin Wegrecki and Jamie Rossjohn to generate an image that captures the main message of the paper by Cotton et al. (https://bit.ly/3fvY8vG).
Read JEM July Issue: https://bit.ly/3jou3BG

On the cover of JEM July issue: the antigen-presenting molecule CD1a (white) binds long chain sphingomyelin (blue), which protrudes to the CD1a surface and blocks the approach of T cell receptors (orange and pink). This original image was made by Dr. Erica Tandori, who is an artist in residence at Monash University. She has worked together with Marcin Wegrecki and Jamie Rossjohn to generate an image that captures the main message of the paper by Cotton et al. (https://bit.ly/3fvY8vG).
Read JEM July Issue: https://bit.ly/3jou3BG

On JCB's July cover, this confocal image shows the accumulation of lipid droplets (BODIPY-493, green) in an astrocyte (G...
07/05/2021

On JCB's July cover, this confocal image shows the accumulation of lipid droplets (BODIPY-493, green) in an astrocyte (GFAP, white) next to a neuron (β3-tubulin, red) in a primary hippocampal cell-culture system.
From Ralhan et al. (https://bit.ly/3d19jw6).
Read JCB July issue: https://bit.ly/3y7b3vV

On JCB's July cover, this confocal image shows the accumulation of lipid droplets (BODIPY-493, green) in an astrocyte (GFAP, white) next to a neuron (β3-tubulin, red) in a primary hippocampal cell-culture system.
From Ralhan et al. (https://bit.ly/3d19jw6).
Read JCB July issue: https://bit.ly/3y7b3vV

To coincide with #ISSCR2021, the Journal of Experimental Medicine (JEM) presents this special collection of recently pub...
06/23/2021
Stem Cell Collection 2021 | Journal of Experimental Medicine | Rockefeller University Press

To coincide with #ISSCR2021, the Journal of Experimental Medicine (JEM) presents this special collection of recently published articles highlighting the latest discoveries related to #StemCell research. We hope you enjoy reading this collection, and encourage your feedback!

JEM is pleased to present this special collection of recently published articles highlighting the latest discoveries related to stem cell research. Articles featured in the collection were published within the past 12 months and include original finding...

This month, explore some of JCB's most exciting recent articles about stem cell and developmental cell biology, in a spe...
06/08/2021
Stem Cells and Development 2021 | Journal of Cell Biology | Rockefeller University Press

This month, explore some of JCB's most exciting recent articles about stem cell and developmental cell biology, in a special collection that investigates fundamental mechanisms underlying cellular identity, tissue homeostasis and regeneration, and developmental processes using cell models and model organisms.

JCB editors highlight the fields of stem cells and development in this new collection of recent JCB articles. This selection captures exciting advances in our understanding of the molecular and cellular control of stemness and differentiation, reprogram...

The Journal of General Physiology (JGP) is pleased to present a special collection of recently published articles on car...
06/08/2021
Cardiac Physiology 2021 | Journal of General Physiology | Rockefeller University Press

The Journal of General Physiology (JGP) is pleased to present a special collection of recently published articles on cardiac physiology. These articles explore both normal cardiac function and the pathology of arrhythmias and other cardiomyopathies. Topics include the biophysics of cardiomyocyte contraction and the mechanobiology of sarcomere proteins such as actin and myosin, ion channel regulation, and the effect of pollutants on cardiac physiology. We hope you enjoy reading the collection and welcome your comments!

JGP is pleased to present this collection of recently published articles on cardiac physiology. These articles explore both normal cardiac function and the pathology of arrhythmias and other cardiomyopathies. Topics include the biophysics of cardiomyocy...

The cover of JGP June Issue shows lipid distribution around KCNQ1 potassium channel in coarse-grained simulations. Top: ...
06/07/2021

The cover of JGP June Issue shows lipid distribution around KCNQ1 potassium channel in coarse-grained simulations. Top: Extracellular and intracellular view of KCNQ1 (grey) embedded in a multi-component membrane. Bottom: Contour maps illustrating membrane component distribution around KCNQ1 in membranes enriched with polyunsaturated linoleic acid (LIN), saturated stearic acid (STE), or none of these (FA-FREE). From Yazdi et al. (https://bit.ly/3pf2MCO).
Read JGP June Issue: https://bit.ly/3ceeA2N

The cover of JGP June Issue shows lipid distribution around KCNQ1 potassium channel in coarse-grained simulations. Top: Extracellular and intracellular view of KCNQ1 (grey) embedded in a multi-component membrane. Bottom: Contour maps illustrating membrane component distribution around KCNQ1 in membranes enriched with polyunsaturated linoleic acid (LIN), saturated stearic acid (STE), or none of these (FA-FREE). From Yazdi et al. (https://bit.ly/3pf2MCO).
Read JGP June Issue: https://bit.ly/3ceeA2N

The cover of JEM June Issue shows an immunofluorescence image of brain tissue stained for Iba1 (red), 3D6 (green), and D...
06/07/2021

The cover of JEM June Issue shows an immunofluorescence image of brain tissue stained for Iba1 (red), 3D6 (green), and DAPI (blue) to determine the level of microgliosis. Zhang et al. report that the S198P mutation in APP promotes accelerated folding and egress to late compartments leading to enhanced Aβ production and deposition in vivo (https://bit.ly/3bltmnR).
Read JEM June Issue: https://bit.ly/2SSDTAx

The cover of JEM June Issue shows an immunofluorescence image of brain tissue stained for Iba1 (red), 3D6 (green), and DAPI (blue) to determine the level of microgliosis. Zhang et al. report that the S198P mutation in APP promotes accelerated folding and egress to late compartments leading to enhanced Aβ production and deposition in vivo (https://bit.ly/3bltmnR).
Read JEM June Issue: https://bit.ly/2SSDTAx

On the cover of JCB June Issue: Spinning disk confocal imaging of an aggregate of HEK293 cells expressing EPHB2 and GFP ...
06/07/2021

On the cover of JCB June Issue:
Spinning disk confocal imaging of an aggregate of HEK293 cells expressing EPHB2 and GFP (green) mixed with HEK293 cells expressing EPHRIN-B1 and LifeAct-mCherry (magenta). This image is taken 72 h after cell mixing and shows cell segregation between cell types, which drives changes in aggregate shape through minimization of heterotypic interfacial tension.
From Kindberg et al (https://bit.ly/2SNProM).
Read JCB June Issue: https://bit.ly/3g7ICXh

On the cover of JCB June Issue:
Spinning disk confocal imaging of an aggregate of HEK293 cells expressing EPHB2 and GFP (green) mixed with HEK293 cells expressing EPHRIN-B1 and LifeAct-mCherry (magenta). This image is taken 72 h after cell mixing and shows cell segregation between cell types, which drives changes in aggregate shape through minimization of heterotypic interfacial tension.
From Kindberg et al (https://bit.ly/2SNProM).
Read JCB June Issue: https://bit.ly/3g7ICXh

To coincide with the Federation of Clinical Immunology Societies Virtual Annual Meeting, JEM presents a special collecti...
06/01/2021
JEM Clinical Immunology Collection 2021 | Journal of Experimental Medicine | Rockefeller University Press

To coincide with the Federation of Clinical Immunology Societies Virtual Annual Meeting, JEM presents a special collection of JEM articles that covers the latest breakthroughs in clinical immunology. There has never been a more important time in immunology, and this special collection showcases some of the most exciting translational immunology with a focus on human studies on COVID-19, tumor immunology, autoimmunity and beyond. We hope you will enjoy the collection and encourage your feedback!

To coincide with the FOCIS 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting, we are pleased to present a special collection of JEM articles that covers the latest breakthroughs in clinical immunology. There has never been a more important time in immunology, and this specia...

We're hiring! The Journal of Cell Biology (JCB) seeks Scientific Editor or Senior Scientific Editor, dependent on experi...
05/19/2021

We're hiring! The Journal of Cell Biology (JCB) seeks Scientific Editor or Senior Scientific Editor, dependent on experience. Join our team in #NYC! Learn more and apply 👉 https://bit.ly/2FBajG8

We're hiring! The Journal of Cell Biology (JCB) seeks Scientific Editor or Senior Scientific Editor, dependent on experience. Join our team in #NYC! Learn more and apply 👉 https://bit.ly/2FBajG8

The Journal of Cell Biology (JCB) presents this new collection of recent, exciting articles delving into the cell biolog...
05/05/2021
Immune Cell Biology 2021 | Journal of Cell Biology | Rockefeller University Press

The Journal of Cell Biology (JCB) presents this new collection of recent, exciting articles delving into the cell biology of immunity. We have selected a diverse set of articles, which we hope will appeal to immunologists, virologists, and microbiologists who aim to better understand the interface between immune cell function and the pathogen life cycle.

The JCB editorial team is pleased to share this new collection of recent, exciting articles delving into the cell biology of immunity. We have selected a diverse set of articles, which we hope will appeal to immunologists, virologists, and microbiologis...

The Journal of Experimental Medicine (JEM) brings to you a special collection of recent JEM papers that showcase some of...
05/05/2021
JEM Immunology Collection 2021 | Journal of Experimental Medicine | Rockefeller University Press

The Journal of Experimental Medicine (JEM) brings to you a special collection of recent JEM papers that showcase some of the most exciting advances in immunology. There has never been a more important year for immunology than the past 12 months, and this special collection highlights some of the very best publications on SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19, as well as HIV, autoimmunity, transplant immunology and more.

As part of our celebrations for the Journal of Experimental Medicine's 125th anniversary, we bring to you a special collection of recent JEM papers that showcase some of the most exciting advances in immunology. There has never been a more important yea...

The May cover image of the Journal of Experimental Medicine (JEM) shows an immunofluorescence image of a spleen stained ...
05/03/2021

The May cover image of the Journal of Experimental Medicine (JEM) shows an immunofluorescence image of a spleen stained with CD4 (red), CD11c (blue), and Sirpα (yellow) to allow for the identification of conventional dendritic cell subsets. From Vanderkerken et al. (https://bit.ly/3udI87X)
Read JEM May Issue: https://bit.ly/3nwpJ3G

The May cover image of the Journal of Experimental Medicine (JEM) shows an immunofluorescence image of a spleen stained with CD4 (red), CD11c (blue), and Sirpα (yellow) to allow for the identification of conventional dendritic cell subsets. From Vanderkerken et al. (https://bit.ly/3udI87X)
Read JEM May Issue: https://bit.ly/3nwpJ3G

On the cover of the Journal of Cell Biology (JCB): Transmission EM tomography reconstruction of the Golgi area from the ...
05/03/2021

On the cover of the Journal of Cell Biology (JCB): Transmission EM tomography reconstruction of the Golgi area from the soma of a motor neuron in the brain of Drosophila larvae lacking the small GTPase Rab2. The image shows the drastic ectopic accumulation of immature presynaptic precursor vesicles at the trans-Golgi in the absence of Rab2. Highlighted are the nucleus (blue), ER (yellow), ER–Golgi intermediate compartment (pink), cis-Golgi (magenta), and trans-Golgi (cyan). From Götz et al. (https://bit.ly/3t0RQci).
Read JCB May Issue: https://bit.ly/3gIcuve

On the cover of the Journal of Cell Biology (JCB): Transmission EM tomography reconstruction of the Golgi area from the soma of a motor neuron in the brain of Drosophila larvae lacking the small GTPase Rab2. The image shows the drastic ectopic accumulation of immature presynaptic precursor vesicles at the trans-Golgi in the absence of Rab2. Highlighted are the nucleus (blue), ER (yellow), ER–Golgi intermediate compartment (pink), cis-Golgi (magenta), and trans-Golgi (cyan). From Götz et al. (https://bit.ly/3t0RQci).
Read JCB May Issue: https://bit.ly/3gIcuve

The May cover image of the Journal of General Physiology (JGP) shows immunofluorescence images of gene-edited human indu...
05/03/2021

The May cover image of the Journal of General Physiology (JGP) shows immunofluorescence images of gene-edited human induced pluripotent stem cells showing the expression of pluripotency markers. From Clippinger et al. (https://bit.ly/3e2fRvo).
Read JGP May Issue: https://bit.ly/3u30tEm

The May cover image of the Journal of General Physiology (JGP) shows immunofluorescence images of gene-edited human induced pluripotent stem cells showing the expression of pluripotency markers. From Clippinger et al. (https://bit.ly/3e2fRvo).
Read JGP May Issue: https://bit.ly/3u30tEm

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