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Cell aims to publish the most exciting and provocative research in biology. Posts by Scientific Editors on the Cell Editorial team.
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Cell Nov 27
Replying to @CellCellPress
is a campaign to spotlight diverse authors aiming to increase visibility for Black and other underrepresented scientists who have published in the journal. Nominate yourself or a colleague to be featured:
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Cell Nov 27
Replying to @UTSWNews @ucdavis and 2 others
Dr. Pacheco is and came to the US from Brazil to pursue her PhD at . She has held two post-doctoral positions at and . She is currently a Senior Scientist at .
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Cell Nov 27
Today’s author is Alline Pacheco. Read her paper “ Inhibit the Induction of Virulence in
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Cell Nov 27
New Article now online: Liver Immune Profiling Reveals Pathogenesis and Therapeutics for Biliary Atresia
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Cell Nov 27
New Article now online: A Unified Framework for Dopamine Signals across Timescales
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Cell Nov 25
Online now! A conversation with , An Extraordinary Astronaut! 🚀🛰️
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Cell Nov 25
Out now! A multi-omics analysis from 59 provides insight into important mechanisms affected by . ☄️🛰️🚀
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Cell Nov 25
New Review out now highlighting the fundamental Features of ! 🚀🛰️☄️
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Cell Nov 25
The new issue is live! The cover shows the city lights of far below Earth’s thin . The current issue is part of a special collection of papers on “The of ” published across . Photograph by
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Cell Nov 25
Preview In this issue of Cell: Spending the Best but Banking the Rest,Spending the Best but Banking the Rest
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Cell Nov 25
Preview In this issue of Cell: Efficient Inference in Structured Spaces,Efficient Inference in Structured Spaces
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Cell Nov 25
Commentary In this issue of Cell: A Blueprint for Characterizing Senescence,A Blueprint for Characterizing Senescence
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Cell Nov 25
New Resource now online: Integrated Proteogenomic Characterization across Major Histological Types of Pediatric Brain Cancer
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Cell Nov 25
New Conversations now online: An Extraordinary Astronaut
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Cell Nov 23
Online now! Simultaneous within a single can be captured through the of reporters with self-assembling to generate stable reporter islands.
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Cell Nov 23
Functional memory persists after mild . Now online! For all research and commentary, visit
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Cell Nov 23
New Resource now online: Spatial Multiplexing of Fluorescent Reporters for Imaging Signaling Network Dynamics
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Cell Nov 23
New Article now online: Functional SARS-CoV-2-specific immune memory persists after mild COVID-19
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Cell Nov 19
Replying to @CellCellPress
is a campaign to spotlight diverse authors. We aim to increase visibility for Black and other underrepresented scientists who have published in the journal. Nominate yourself or a colleague to be featured: .
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Cell Nov 19
Replying to @MXIbrahimPhD
believes that opportunities were made available to him through a stroke of profound luck and that standing on the shoulders of others enabled him to benefit from these systems.
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