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Experimental Cell Research

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A NEW journal entitled Experimental Cell Research is being issued under the auspices of the International Society for Cell Biology. It will publish papers dealing with experimental analysis of the activity, structure and organisation of the cell and its sub-units, including work on viruses. Technical or theoretical papers aiming at the further development of methods in the field of experimental cytology will also be included. Papers may be submitted in English, French or German. It is being edited by Prof. Törbjorn Caspersson, Stockholm ; Dr. Honor Fell, Cambridge, England ; Prof. John Runnstrom, Stockholm ; Dr. Francis O. Schmitt, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Dr. Paul Weiss, Chicago, Illinois ; Dr. Ralph W. C. Wyckoff, Bethesda, Maryland. Prof. J. F. Danielli, London, will act as editor of communications from the Society for Cell Biology. Authors residing in the Americas should send their papers to the American editors; those residing in the British Isles should communicate with Dr. Honor Fell, Strangeways Laboratory, Cambridge ; papers originating in other countries should be forwarded to the Scandinavian editors. One volume, consisting of four issues, will be published annually, by the Academic Press, Inc., New York.

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Experimental Cell Research. Nature 164, 136–137 (1949). https://doi.org/10.1038/164136e0

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