Towards Systems Biochemistry – Biochemical Journal themed collection
Open for submissions until 31 January 2022
Systems Biology has opened new frontiers in the life sciences, investigating multilayers of biological complexity in governing gene regulatory networks, metabolic pathways, and cell signaling. Furthermore, emerging technologies such as next-generation sequencing, CRISPR/Cas9-mediated genome editing, and deep-learning have allowed the collection of data more deeply, comprehensively, and quantitatively. However, we are still far from a sufficient understanding of regulatory mechanisms underlying complicated cellular and multicellular behaviours as a system.
This collection, Towards Systems Biochemistry, is brought to you by the Biochemical Journal and guest edited by Professor Stanislav Y. Shvartsman (Princeton University) and Professor Kazuhiro Aoki (National Institute for Basic Biology).
We welcome comprehensive review articles and research submissions providing a systems understanding of regulatory mechanisms in molecular and cellular biology, and animal models. Research should comprise experiments, theory, and/or computational aspects of gene regulatory networks, metabolic pathways and/or cell signalling. All submissions will be subject to the standard peer review process, please contact the Editorial Office for any additional information.
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