Avoiding ethical violations: a primer for authors

The Journal of Biological Chemistry is known for its commitment to rigor, transparency and reproducibility in publishing research "motivated by biology, enabled by chemistry." In keeping with its mission of safeguarding and disseminating significant and enduring research, the JBC has created a poster for authors featuring tips on how to avoid ethical violations in publishing .

JBC virtual issue: Immunometabolism

In this new virtual issue, dive into the burgeoning area of immunometabolism research, which aims to define the involvement of cellular metabolism in regulating immune cell functions such as differentiation, innate immunity and inflammatory responses. Find it here

Introducing JBC Reviews

“The power of a good review transcends other streams of literature.” Learn how JBC’s 2019 relaunch of its popular MiniReview articles, now with more latitude and additional artistic and editorial support, will stimulate your scientific inquiry and change the way you think about a field. Read the full editorial by JBC Editor-in-Chief Lila Gierasch .

JBC recognizes emerging investigators' contributions

The Journal of Biological Chemistry editors appreciate that the success of the biomedical research enterprise hinges on the creativity, doggedness and physical labor of scientists in training and in the early stages of their careers. In recognition of those emerging investigators’ contributions to the field of biological chemistry, the journal selects each year a handful of first authors of exceptional papers as winners of the Herb Tabor Young Investigator Award .

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