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Aims and scope of journal

Mission, vision and values of Cell Death & Differentiation:

  • To devote itself to scientific excellence in the field of cell biology, molecular biology, and biochemistry of cell death and disease.
  • To provide a unified forum for scientists and clinical researchers
  • It is committed to the rapid publication of high quality original papers relating to these subjects, together with topical, usually solicited, reviews, meeting reports, editorial correspondence and occasional commentaries on controversial and scientifically informative issues.

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Impact factor

2016 Impact Factor 8.339*

Rank:
24/286 Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
25/189 Cell Biology

*2016 Journal Citation Reports® Science Edition (Clarivate Analytics, 2017)

Abstracted/indexed in

BIOBASE/Current Awareness in Biological Sciences
Biochemistry and Biophysics Citation Index
Chemical Abstracts
Current Contents
Current Contents/Life Sciences
EMBASE/Excerpta Medica
MEDLINE/Index Medicus
Reference Update
Research Alert
Science Citation Index
Scopus

ISSN and eISSN

The international standard serial number (ISSN) for Cell Death & Differentiation is 1350-9047, and the electronic international standard serial number (eISSN) is 1476-5403.

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DeathBase

DeathBase

DeathBase is a database of proteins involved in cell death processes. Updated continuously by a team of expert curators whose areas of expertise cover all proteins involved in cell death in five model species, DeathBase provides a useful tool for anyone with an interest in apoptosis and cell death.

CASBAH

CASBAH

The Caspase Substrate database Homepage (CASBAH) provides a comprehensive list of caspase substrates as a searchable web resource containing information pertaining to all currently known caspase substrates.

The TP53 website

The p53 website

The p53 website is a reference for all scientists working on p53, including information on p53 structure and function, the description of all p53 monoclonal antibodies and the phylogenetic analysis of p53. The p53 web site also hosts the UMD p53 mutation database that can download for clinical or epidemiological analysis.

Bcl-2 family database

Bcl-2 family database

Bcl-2 family database holds a collection of sequence, structural and functional information about one of the most studied protein families in cell biology, enabling researchers to readily retrieve Bcl-2 family sequences and related data.