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    CDDpress, with its three journals (Cell Death & Differentiation, Cell Death & Disease, Cell Death Discovery), has just finished the publication for the year 2018, publishing insightful and high-impact articles on the frontlines of cell biology and biochemistry research. In 2018, the journals received nearly 5000 submissions and published around 1400 selected papers. Of particular interest were several pivotal and influential papers highlighting the role of p53 in cancer and other diseases. Here, with the "Best of CDDpress 2018 on p53" collection, we offer a selection of 2017-2018’s most impactful papers on p53. We hope that you will enjoy reading this special collection.

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    This Special Issue of Cell Death & Differentiation focuses on necroinflammation, the inflammatory response to necrotic cell death. Leading experts in the field discuss the remarkable advances made in both basic and translational research, dissecting the highly interconnected pathways underlying various programmed necrosis forms, understanding how these pathways differently engage the immune system, how they impact on health and disease, and how they can be monitored and targeted in the clinical practice.

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    The recent 26th ECDO conference ‘From small molecules to translational medicine’ in Saint-Petersburg (locally organized by Professors Zhivotovsky, Barlev and Lavrik) highlighted the recent developments in the field of cell death with a focus on the small molecules discovery and development. Pharmacological targeting via small molecule-based chemical probes has recently emerged as a valuable tool to delineate molecular mechanisms of various cell death pathways and pave the way towards novel therapeutic approaches in cancer, neurodegenerative and autoimmune diseases. We suggest the selection of articles from the CDD press that will lead through a breathtaking journey from the target –oriented drug development to translational applications.

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    This new web focus from Cell Death & Differentiation, Cell Death & Disease and Cell Death Discovery highlights some of the latest research from China in the related fields covered by those journals, including cell death, stem cells, autophagy, and tumor biology. In the last 30 years, China has experienced a booming economy, which has resulted in a huge increase in the funds channelled into biomedical research. More importantly, there is a steady increase in the number of talented young scientists who have trained in western countries and are returning to China. We are now witnessing the fastest development of biomedical research in China. This focus highlights the current progress in several important research areas, from mechanism-driven basic research to studies with translational potential.

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    This new web focus from Cell, Death & Differentiation highlights some of the latest research and thinking on programmed necrosis (necroptosis) from some of the world's most recognised experts.

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    Cell Death and Differentiation is proud to publish a wide variety of articles in the field of cell biology, molecular biology and biochemistry of cell death and differentiation, both in normal tissue regulation and in disease. In this Web Focus we highlight the best cited articles published in 2014 and 2015, which showcase the breadth of scope and coverage that these journals consistently delivers to its readers. We hope you enjoy reading these papers as much as we have!

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    Autophagy is used by cells to deliver cytoplasmic material to lysosomes for degradation, and has been implicated in a wide variety of disorders, including cancer, neurodegeneration, infection and inflammatory diseases.

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    Cell Death & Disease is delighted to announce it has published its 1000th article: ''The traditional Chinese medical compound Rocaglamide protects non-malignant primary cells from DNA damage-induced toxicity by inhibition of p53 expression.'' To mark this achievement, we have published the following web focus from Cell Death & Disease and Cell Death & Differentiation on anti-cancer therapies. We hope you enjoy this focus including work from the world's most recognized experts in the field of anti-cancer therapies.

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    The Editors of Cell Death & DifferentiationandCell Death & Diseaseare delighted to share with you a selection of key papers that highlight some of the best work published in the journals over recent years and which also showcase the breadth of scope and coverage that these journals consistently deliver to their readers. We hope you enjoy reading these papers as much as we have!