JBC Changes TOC and More
The JBC’s new table of contents categories are now live. You can learn more about these changes in the article “JBC: A Call for Papers and a Modest Course Adjustment” in the January issue of ASBMB Today. The new sections are listed here.
In response to the increasing interdisciplinary nature of research, authors also can select more than one section heading for an article. If you’d like to keep up with your favorite topic, you can subscribe to RSS feeds of the new JBC sections through the JBC site or through Amazon for the Kindle. (Search the Kindle store for “JBC.”)
Finally, the JBC now allows authors to use non-Latin characters for their names in article PDFs. (See an example here.) Only characters that can be encoded in Unicode, such as Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Arabic, are acceptable. At this time, these characters are not displayed in the HTML version of the article.
Sarah Crespi (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a multimedia communications specialist at ASBMB.