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 next month to see the compendium.

Submit to ASBMB journals directly from bioRxivASBMB journals always have accepted manuscripts previously posted on preprint servers. Now, authors can submit to bioRxiv and an ASBMB journal simultaneously.
JBC unveils Overleaf templateThe ASBMB, publisher of The Journal of Biological Chemistry, has partnered with  Overleaf, the free, collaborative cloud-based writing and reviewing tool, to make the submission process simpler for JBC authors.
JBC Thematic Minireview Series - Molecular Basis of Selection of Metals by Enzymes

July 26, 2016 — This ninth Metals in Biology Thematic Series deals with the fundamental issue of why certain enzymes prefer individual metals. Why do some prefer sodium and some potassium? Is it just the size? Why does calcium have so many regulatory functions? Why do some proteins have an affinity for zinc? How is the homeostasis of calcium and zinc achieved? How do enzymes discriminate between the similar metals magnesium and manganese? Four Minireviews address these and related questions about metal ion preferences in biological systems.

Read all of the articles in this series here

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