JBC's year in focus
How can you find great JBC content? Start with
our Highlights of 2016 – 23
papers that are emblematic of the exciting work we've published in the past
year. And don't forget our Minireview compendium –
37 reviews that will bring you up to speed on intrinsically disordered
proteins, signaling models and more. All of these are free to read!
JBC Minireview Compendium now available
This year's Minireview compendium
offers a brand-new selection of 37 reviews summarizing the current state of
knowledge on a wide range of topics. These themes range from the newest
insights into intrinsically disordered proteins, leading-edge technologies to
probe the biochemistry of cells, to the intriguing role of metals in enzymes.
Keep an eye out for the JBC minireview compendium
At the end of each year, the Journal of Biological Chemistry
editors put together a compendium of minireviews. Now the compendium will be
entirely digital, which will allow readers to quickly navigate to reviews most
relevant to them. Visit www.jbc.org next month
to see the compendium.