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MCP Introduces Graphical Abstracts

Starting this month, get an easy visual grasp on articles in MCP with graphical abstracts! Three articles in the November issue feature graphical abstracts, highlights and synopses designed to help readers flag papers of interest quickly. Look for them in the TOC and on article pages .

Visualizing MCP articles

MCP soon will include three new elements in each article – a graphical abstract, bulleted highlights, and an "in brief" statement. Read the editorial for more information

Your technological advances belong at MCP

Molecular & Cellular Proteomics  is the home for papers describing new, impactful technologies that make substantial contributions to the understanding of proteomics. As described in the editors'  January editorial, papers describing these technologies do not have to include solutions to biological problems. The editors encourage authors to submit technology papers to MCP.

Jennifer Van Eyk: MCP-sponsored lecturer at the 16th Human Proteome Organisation World Congress

Jennifer Van Eyk will give a plenary lecture, "Changing the Course and Impact of Chronic Disease: Personalizing Medicine," on Sept. 20 at the HUPO World Congress in Dublin, Ireland. To find out more about MCP-sponsored lectureships, including information on past lecturers, please visit the MCP site .

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