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The JCB 2003

Mike Rossner
2003 Journal of Cell Biology  
Thank you for your continuing interest in the JCB and your help in making it the preeminent journal in cell biology today. The Journal of Cell Biology | Volume 161, Number 5, 2003  ...  We are proud of the distinguished history of the JCB , and we are pleased to serve the community by making the complete content of the journal available electronically. Search features.  ...  The Journal of Cell Biology  ... 
doi:10.1083/jcb.200305023 pmcid:PMC2172958 fatcat:eoxmr5humna5rojuax34ifv35i

The JCB DataViewer scales up

Elizabeth H. Williams, Pamela Carpentier, Tom Misteli
2012 Journal of Cell Biology  
The Journal of Cell Biology is pleased to announce that the JCB DataViewer is "going big" to host electron microscopy data at a whole new scale.  ...  One of the major forces driving the birth of the field of cell biology was the application of electron microscopy to cells.  ...  Wherever the field of cell biology goes, JCB will continue to lead the way. Figure 1 . Electron microscopy from nanometer resolution to millimeter scale.  ... 
doi:10.1083/jcb.201207117 pmid:22869591 pmcid:PMC3413368 fatcat:xvfogwdlezfvxidnqgiuqdpkva

Computational cell biology

Ira Mellman, Tom Misteli
2003 Journal of Cell Biology  
This issue of the Journal of Cell Biology contains three reviews on computational cell biology. Further reviews on related topics will follow.  ...  Computational methods are now coming to our rescue. Computational methods have permeated the field of cell biology over the last decades.  ...  This issue of the Journal of Cell Biology contains three reviews on computational cell biology. Further reviews on related topics will follow.  ... 
doi:10.1083/jcb.200303202 pmid:12743098 pmcid:PMC2172937 fatcat:jmjmkt4vmzeq5gpairtsggpgbi

Mechanical competition alters the cellular interpretation of an endogenous genetic program

Sourabh Bhide, Denisa Gombalova, Gregor Mönke, Johannes Stegmaier, Valentyna Zinchenko, Anna Kreshuk, Julio M. Belmonte, Maria Leptin
2021 The journal of cell biology : JCB 220(11)  
The intrinsic genetic program of a cell is not sufficient to explain all of the cell's activities. External mechanical stimuli are increasingly recognized as determinants of cell behavior.  ...  In the epithelial folding event that constitutes the beginning of gastrulation in Drosophila, the genetic program of the future mesoderm leads to the establishment of a contractile actomyosin network that  ...  Journal of Cell Biology 8 of 17 Cell shape control between mechanics and genetics Figure 4 .Figure 5 . 45 Figure 4.  ... 
doi:10.18154/rwth-2021-10847 fatcat:p4temx5n35fydokwn6ckigfvoa

Mahak Sharma: Weaving through traffic

Nicole Infarinato
2019 Journal of Cell Biology  
I remember that my parents purchased the book Biology by Campbell on their first trip to the United States, and my sister and I would spend hours seeing the computer animations from the CD version.  ...  developmental biology.  ... 
doi:10.1083/jcb.201902008 pmid:30782780 pmcid:PMC6400568 fatcat:gis272e7sjauhpoxfn4a2crepe

Michael Lazarou: Building a body of research

Marie Anne O'Donnell
2019 Journal of Cell Biology  
My background in mitochondrial biology and protein transport led me to a hypothesis of how PINK1 senses damage.  ...  We remove subjectivity by developing methods in which computers measure biological outcomes, and this takes away unconscious bias.  ... 
doi:10.1083/jcb.201911052 pmid:31744854 pmcid:PMC6891096 fatcat:4f3flpbgsvcbjcuuhvyuammkvi


Niraj Chimote, Nadeem Isla Patel
decision of JCB Backhoe loader machine.  ...  A statistical tool namely SPSS was used to do the required computation and calculations.  ...  Consumer behaviour incorporates ideas from several sciences including Psychology, Biology, Chemistry and Economics.  ... 
doi:10.34218/ijm.11.12.2020.068 fatcat:ekdqgg2jbvdqtae4x744iollcu

Yeast Ancestral Genome Reconstructions: The Possibilities of Computational Methods II

Cedric Chauve, Haris Gavranovic, Aida Ouangraoua, Eric Tannier
2010 Journal of Computational Biology  
Comput Biol. 2009) proposed an ancestral architecture of the last common ancestor of S. kluyveri, K. thermotolerans, K. lactis, A. gossypii, and Z. rouxii inferred by a computational method.  ...  Since the availability of assembled eukaryotic genomes, the first one being a budding yeast, many computational methods for the reconstruction of ancestral karyotypes and gene orders have been developed  ...  National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Ministère des Affaires étrangères et européennes (programmes ECO-NET et collaboration France-Canada), and Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of  ... 
doi:10.1089/cmb.2010.0092 pmid:20874398 fatcat:wpzoocjk6ffmrntyjfejwoey5u

How herpesviruses pass on their genomes

Anna K. Serquiña, Joseph M. Ziegelbauer
2017 Journal of Cell Biology  
Cell Biol. ) find that unlike Epstein–Barr virus, which partitions viral genomes faithfully during cell division, Kaposi's Sarcoma–associated herpesvirus clusters  ...  This work was supported by the Intramural Research Program of the Center for Cancer Research, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health (1ZIA BC011176).  ...  Acknowledgments We regret not being able to cite more articles because of space limitations.  ... 
doi:10.1083/jcb.201708077 pmid:28819012 pmcid:PMC5584196 fatcat:qwuiyjkqnrebnmehz6wz72xdtu

A computational analysis of in vivo VEGFR activation by multiple co-expressed ligands

Lindsay E. Clegg, Feilim Mac Gabhann, Alison Marsden
2017 PLoS Computational Biology  
VEGFR activation by multiple co-expressed ligands PLOS Computational Biology |  ...  In ischemic disease, this process is impaired, but therapies targeting a key family of proteins, the vascular endothelial growth PLOS Computational Biology | https://doi.Citation: Clegg LE, Mac Gabhann  ...  Journal of Cell Biology. 2010; 188(4):595-609. PMID: 20176926 20. Clegg LW, Mac Gabhann F.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1005445 pmid:28319199 pmcid:PMC5378411 fatcat:qxfggko3b5cnlnepwub6bx7eny

Application of computational approaches to study signalling networks of nuclear and Tyrosine kinase receptors

Mouna Choura, Ahmed Rebai
2010 Biology Direct  
These interactions were inferred using computational tools and those supported by literature evidence are indicated.  ...  Although crosstalk between RTK and NR signalling and their contribution to the development of endocrine regulated cancers have been areas of intense investigation, the direct coupling of their signalling  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the Ministry of Higher education, Scientific Research, and Technology, Tunisia.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1745-6150-5-58 pmid:20937105 pmcid:PMC2964540 fatcat:jwrd6nuvujcodfjy422nmlo4ne

Implications of alternative routes to APC/C inhibition by the mitotic checkpoint complex

Fridolin Gross, Paolo Bonaiuti, Silke Hauf, Andrea Ciliberto, Denis Thieffry
2018 PLoS Computational Biology  
Furthermore, we find that the presence or absence of one specific assembly reaction determines whether the checkpoint remains functional at elevated levels of Cdc20, which can occur in cancer cells.  ...  Checkpoint signaling leads to a complex of APC/C, Cdc20, and checkpoint proteins, in which the APC/C is inactive.  ...  EMBO J 20, 6648-6659. PMID: 11726501 PLOS Computational Biology | September 10, 2018  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1006449 pmid:30199529 pmcid:PMC6157902 fatcat:mohi3qa26jdyhcmm74mkzeous4

Statistical Significance of Normalized Global Alignment

Guillermo Peris, Andrés Marzal
2014 Journal of Computational Biology  
However, it is necessary to Journal of Computational Biology Software used to compute normalized global alignments is available from∼peris/nga.  ...  Software used to compute normalized global alignments is available from Abstract The comparison of homologous proteins from different species is a first step towards a function assignment and a reconstruction  ...  Journal of Computational Biology: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., 140 Huguenot Street, New Rochelle, NY 10801 analyze the statistical significance of the normalized  ... 
doi:10.1089/cmb.2012.0167 pmid:24400820 fatcat:27c6kfgb3rg5bcgxmtj3evm4o4

Designing a rigorous microscopy experiment: Validating methods and avoiding bias

Anna Payne-Tobin Jost, Jennifer C. Waters
2019 Journal of Cell Biology  
Here we review important aspects of designing a rigorous light microscopy experiment: validation of methods used to prepare samples and of imaging system performance, identification and correction of errors  ...  , and strategies for avoiding bias in the acquisition and analysis of images.  ...  Jost and Waters Journal of Cell Biology 1458 Validation and bias in microscopy the field of view, and day-to-day variability in illumination intensity (Diaspro et  ... 
doi:10.1083/jcb.201812109 pmid:30894402 pmcid:PMC6504886 fatcat:zl45gluafndlnngdr5ixk3ezxa

Early Career Advisory Board: Q&A on career and publishing

Andrea Marat
2019 Journal of Cell Biology  
Like Huaqing Cai and her laboratory.MaratJournal of Cell Biology 2816 Early Career Advisory Board: Q&A on career and publishing To keep on top of both short-and  ...  JCB is excited to be including the thoughts of early career board members in shaping the journal. What prompted you to apply for the Early Career Advisory Board (ECAB)?  ... 
doi:10.1083/jcb.201906207 pmid:31439634 pmcid:PMC6719440 fatcat:xmh5ytkrnnds3pkzhgt2sttuma
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