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    The January 2017 special issue on cancer immunotherapy brings together a series of authoritative reviews from outstanding experts in the field. The current understanding, as well as recent advances in various aspects of cancer immunotherapy, challenges in the fast growing field, and potentially important directions for future study, are presented. Further background information on this important topic is available through the accompanying web focus which links to related articles from Nature.

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    The April 2016 special issue on ubiquitin and Ubl signalling brings together a series of authoritative reviews from outstanding experts in the field. The current understanding, as well as recent advances in various aspects of ubiquitin and Ubl signalling, challenges in the fast growing field, and potentially important directions for future study, are presented.

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    Cell Research is proud to present a collection of featured articles from 2016 that represent a broad scope in basic molecular and cell biology research.

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    Cell Research is proud to present a collection of featured articles from 2015 that represent a broad scope in basic molecular and cell biology research. These articles have been chosen by the Editor to illustrate some of the latest advances in topics such as stem cell biology, cell signaling, immune regulation, host-pathogen interactions, gene editing by CRISPR-Cas9, and the discovery of a new organelle.

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    Cell Research is proud to present a collection of featured articles from 2014 that represent a broad scope in basic molecular and cell biology research. These articles have been chosen by the Editor to illustrate some of the latest advances in topics such as stem cell research, autophagy, cancer biology, cell death, epigenetics and RNA biology.

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    The January 2014 special issue on Autophagy brings together a series of authoritative reviews from outstanding experts in the field. The current understanding, as well as recent advances in various aspects of autophagy, its regulation, and their relevance to diseases, is presented. Further background information on this important topic is available through the accompanying web focus which links to related articles from across Nature Publishing Group.

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    The January 2014 special issue on Autophagy brings together a series of authoritative reviews from outstanding experts in the field. The current understanding, as well as recent advances in various aspects of autophagy, its regulation, and their relevance to diseases, is presented. Further background information on this important topic is available through the accompanying web focus which links to related articles from across Nature Publishing Group.

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    Cell Research is proud to present a collection of featured articles from 2013 representing the broad scope of basic molecular and cell biology research. These articles have been chosen by the Editor to illustrate some of the latest advances in topics such as stem cell research, aging, structural biology, viral infections, genome editing, and cell signaling.

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    The January special issue of Cell ResearchonStem Cell Biologybrings together the latest reviews and articles in the field. Together with the accompanying web focus,Cell Researchdelves into our current understanding and investigates recent advances in various aspects of stem cell biology, cell reprogramming, and their relevance to diseases.

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    Cell Research is proud to present a collection of featured articles from 2012 from across the fields of basic molecular and cell biology research. These articles have been chosen by the Editor to illustrate some of the latest advances in topics such as stem cells, autophagy, cancer biology, miRNAs, trafficking, and immunity.

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    The January 2012 special issue on Cell Signaling, Disease and Stem Cells brings together the latest reviews and articles in the field. The current understanding, as well as the recent advances in various aspects of cell signaling, stem cell biology, and their relevance to disease pathogenesis, is presented. Further background information on this important topic is available through the accompanying web focus which links to related articles from across Nature Publishing Group.