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In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Protein Data Bank, Nature Methods and Nature Structural & Molecular Biology present a collection that brings together reviews, classic papers, announcements and specially commissioned Comments by researchers from diverse areas of structural biology who share their views on both the past and future of the field.
Image: Illustration by David S. Goodsell, ‘THE MACHINERY OF LIFE’, published 2009 by Springer Nature.
To support urgent research to combat the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19, caused by the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the editorial teams at Nature Research have curated a collection of relevant articles.
This special Focus on Targeting Chromatin features Reviews, Perspectives and a Comment that discuss chromatin-associated proteins that are the subject of current drug-development efforts, highlighting chromatin processes as promising targets for therapeutic intervention.
This collection includes recent articles from across the Nature group of journals and showcases both the latest advances in the methodologies used to study genome organization, and our recent understanding of how genome organization and nuclear architecture regulate gene expression, cell fate and cell function in physiology and disease.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the discovery of the three nuclear RNA polymerases, we feature a collection of Perspective and Review pieces that narrate the history of eukaryotic transcription research from a personal perspective.
Image: Art by Erin Dewalt, inspired by the concept of “ever-expanding complexity”.
Nature Milestones in Antibodies, presented by Nature Immunology, Nature Reviews Immunology, Nature Structural & Molecular Biology and Nature Communications, highlights some of the most influential developments in the history of antibody research.