Cell death and survival
Guest edited by Professor James Murphy
Cell death pathways play essential roles in health and disease in eukaryotes, from important roles in governing development of multicellular organisms and innate immunity in their health to oncogenesis and inflammation in disease. Our molecular level understanding of these pathways, how they are regulated, their cues and effectors, the interplay between these pathways, and pathway deregulation in disease, is still emerging.
This collection on cell death is co-hosted by the Biochemical Journal and Biochemical Society Transactions, and features cutting-edge review articles from leading researchers in the field in both journals as well as mechanistic research in the Biochemical Journal.
We welcome research submissions tackling mechanistic, structural, biochemical, cell biology and animal model aspects of regulated cell death pathways, including apoptosis, necroptosis, NETosis, pyroptosis, ferroptosis, and autophagic cell death. All submissions will be subject to the standard peer review process. Submit your research on our website by 31 Dec 2022 or contact email@example.com for more information.
We hope you enjoy reading the content already published in this collection below.