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Discover ACS Publications Biology Journals at Experimental Biology 2021

ACS Publications is proud to support Experimental Biology 2021, taking place virtually April 27-30, 2021. ACS Publications has a robust portfolio of research across the fields of biology, drug development, chemical neuroscience, neurochemistry, neurobiology, genetics, epigenetics, medicinal chemistry and biological chemistry. These products and journals publish articles, special issues, virtual issues, eBooks, abstracts, posters and presentations, and more within the subject areas.

Be sure to join ACS Publications for an EB Talk discussing “Biological Content from ACS Journals.” Register now to attend the talk, which will take place on Tuesday, April 27 at 9:30 A.M.

Explore Highlights from ACS Publications Below:

ACS Bio & Med Chem Au
ACS Bio & Med Chem Au is a broad scope, open access journal, which publishes short letters, comprehensive articles, reviews, and perspectives in all aspects of biological and medicinal chemistry. Studies providing fundamental insights or describing novel syntheses, as well as clinical or other applications-based work, are welcomed.

Read the full Journal Scope and learn more


ACS Applied Bio Materials
ACS Applied Bio Materials is an interdisciplinary journal publishing original research covering all aspects of biomaterials and biointerfaces including and beyond the traditional biosensing, biomedical and therapeutic applications.

ACS Applied Bio Materials Forums
Spotlights & Reviews


ACS Biomaterials Science & Engineering
Modeling and informatics tools for biomaterials; synthesis and modulation of new biomaterials; bioinspired and biomimetic approaches to biomaterials; biomaterial interfaces and interactions; health risk studies of biomaterials; manufacturing, technology and tissues in the context of biomaterials; bioresponsive biomaterials, bioelectronics and bioMEMS; biomaterials based devices and prosthetics; regenerative medicine; genetic designs and bioengineering.

Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials Approaches to Tumor Modeling
Surface Analysis of Nanocomplexes by X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS)


ACS Central Science
ACS Central Science is a multidisciplinary journal that publishes articles of exceptional quality and interest to the broad chemistry and scientific community. The journal addresses important advances in fundamental areas of chemistry, as well as applied and interdisciplinary research highlighting the seminal role of chemistry in a wide range of other scientific disciplines.
Virtual Collections
Research and Development on Therapeutic Agents and Vaccines for COVID-19 and Related Human Coronavirus Diseases
Congratulations to the Inaugural Recipient of the ACS Central Science Disruptors & Innovators Prize: Professor Zhenan Bao

ACS Chemical Biology
The journal serves as a forum to facilitate the communication between biologists and chemists that will translate into new research opportunities and discoveries. Results will be published in which molecular reasoning has been used to probe questions through in vitro investigations, cell biological methods, or organismic studies.

Special Issue: Chemical Microbiology

ACS Editors’ Choice: Plasmalogen Biosynthesis by Anaerobic Bacteria: Identification of a Two-Gene Operon Responsible for Plasmalogen Production in Clostridium perfringens
David R. Jackson, Chelsi D. Cassilly, Damian R. Plichta, Hera Vlamakis, Hualan Liu, Stephen B. Melville, Ramnik J. Xavier, and Jon Clardy

ACS Editors’ Choice: Identification of N-Terminally Diversified GLP-1R Agonists Using Saturation Mutagenesis and Chemical Design
Chelsea K. Longwell, Stephanie Hanna, Nina Hartrampf, R. Andres Parra Sperberg, Po-Ssu Huang, Bradley L. Pentelute, and Jennifer R. Cochran

Meet the ACS Chemical Biology Early Career Board


ACS Chemical Neuroscience
ACS Chemical Neuroscience publishes high-quality research articles and reviews that showcase chemical, quantitative biological, biophysical, and bioengineering approaches to understanding the nervous system and the development of new treatments for neurological disorders. Research in the journal focuses on aspects of chemical neurobiology and bio-neurochemistry.

DARK Classics in Chemical Neuroscience Volume II

DARK Classics in Chemical Neuroscience Volume I

CNS Pathogens: A Special Issue of ACS Chemical Neuroscience

Neurological Impacts of COVID-19 Explored in ACS Chemical Neuroscience

ACS Chemical Neuroscience Announces New Interim Editor-in-Chief, Professor Jacob Hooker

ACS Editors’ Choice: Genetic Probe for Visualizing Glutamatergic Synapses and Vesicles by 3D Electron Microscopy
Thomas Steinkellner, Matthew Madany, Matthias G. Haberl, Vivien Zell, Carolina Li, Junru Hu, Mason Mackey, Ranjan Ramachandra, Stephen Adams, Mark H. Ellisman, Thomas S. Hnasko, and Daniela Boassa


ACS Infectious Diseases
The journal’s scope encompasses all aspects of chemistry relating to infectious diseases research, including research on pathogens, host-pathogen interactions, therapeutics, diagnostics, vaccines, drug-delivery systems, and other biomedical technology development pertaining to infectious diseases.

The Challenge of Antibacterial Drug Permeation and Current Advances Virtual Issue
Most Read Articles
Viewpoints from ACS Infectious Diseases


ACS Medicinal Chemistry Letters
The journal will publish studies that pertain to a broad range of subject matter, including compound design and optimization, biological evaluation, drug delivery, imaging agents, and pharmacology of both small and large bioactive molecules.
Women in Medicinal Chemistry Special Issue
Medicinal Chemistry: From Targets to Therapies Special Issue

ACS Omega
ACS Omega is a fully open access journal with a broad, multidisciplinary scope that includes the scope of the more than 70 ACS Publications journals as well as some topics and types of results other ACS journals don’t publish. It welcomes both pure and applied sciences, as well as the interfacing areas of science, including biochemistry, chemical biology, materials science, nanoscience, pharmacology, geochemistry, industrial chemistry, environmental chemistry, chemical engineering—and more. The journal’s editors focus their editorial decisions on the research itself, not on the perceived evaluation of immediate impact.

 

5 Reasons to Publish Open Access with ACS Omega

Women at the Forefront of Chemistry

Chemistry in Africa: Open & Global
Deepening Our Roots and Growing Wings


ACS Pharmacology & Translational Science
ACS Pharmacology & Translational Science publishes high-quality, innovative research across the broad spectrum of biological sciences—from basic and molecular sciences to translational preclinical studies. Its editors also consider clinical studies that address novel mechanisms of action and methodological papers that provide innovation and advance translation.

Special Issue: Advances in G Protein-Coupled Receptor Signal Transduction
GPCRs- G Protein-Coupled Receptors Virtual Issue

Viewpoint: Can Foods or Herbs Alter the Bioavailability of Chemotherapy Drugs?
Susanne M. Geisen and Shana J. Sturla

ACS Editors’ Choice: Ethical Concerns about Psilocybin Intellectual Property
Konstantin Gerber, Inti García Flores, Angela Christina Ruiz, Ismail Ali, Natalie Lyla Ginsberg, and Eduardo E. Schenberg


ACS Synthetic Biology
This journal publishes high-quality research that demonstrates integrative, molecular approaches enabling a better understanding of the organization and function of cells, tissues, and organisms in systems.

Contributions from the 11th International Workshop on Bio-Design Automation Virtual Issue
Reviews


Biochemistry
Biochemistry provides an international forum for publishing exceptional, rigorous, high-impact research across all of biological chemistry. This broad scope includes studies on the chemical, physical, mechanistic, and/or structural basis of biological or cell function. It encompasses the fields of chemical biology, synthetic biology, disease biology, cell biology, nucleic acid biology, neuroscience, structural biology, and biophysics.

Biochemistry at the Nanoscale Special Issue
Highly Cited and Key Biochemistry Research from China
Highlights from Biochemistry
2020 in Biochemistry Perspectives


Bioconjugate Chemistry
The journal’s mission is to communicate advances in fields, including therapeutic delivery, imaging, bionanotechnology, and synthetic biology. Bioconjugate Chemistry is intended to provide a forum for presenting research relevant to all aspects of bioconjugates, including the preparation, properties, and applications of biomolecular conjugates.

Celebrating 30 years of Bioconjugate Chemistry with Editor-in-Chief Vincent M. Rotello
Special Issue on Molecular Imaging
Celebrating Previous Winners of the Bioconjugate Chemistry Lectureship Award


Chemical Research in Toxicology
Chemical Research in Toxicology publishes Articles, Rapid Reports, Chemical Profiles, Reviews, Perspectives, Letters to the Editor, and ToxWatch on a wide range of topics in Toxicology that inform a chemical and molecular understanding and capacity to predict biological outcomes on the basis of structures and processes. The overarching goal of activities reported in the Journal are to provide knowledge and innovative approaches needed to promote intelligent solutions for human safety and ecosystem preservation. The journal emphasizes insight concerning mechanisms of toxicity over phenomenological observations. It upholds rigorous chemical, physical and mathematical standards for characterization and application of modern techniques.

Virtual Issue in Memoriam of Dr. Alan Poland (1940-2020)
ToxWatch Collection


Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
The Journal of Medicinal Chemistry publishes studies that contribute to understanding the relationship between molecular structure and biological activity or mode of action.

Call for Papers:
Epigenetics 2.0: Special Issue on Epigenetics
New Horizons in Drug Discovery – Understanding and Advancing Kinase Inhibitors

View Perspectives from Journal of Medicinal Chemistry
Read Excellence in Medicinal Chemistry Research from Japan Virtual Issue


Journal of Natural Products
The Journal of Natural Products invites and publishes papers that make substantial and scholarly contributions to the area of natural products research. Contributions may relate to the chemistry and/or biochemistry of naturally occurring compounds or the biology of living systems from which they are obtained.

Special Issue in Honor of Professor Jon Clardy
Virtual Collections


The Journal of Physical Chemistry B
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B (JPC B) publishes experimental, theoretical and computational research in the area of biophysics, biochemistry, biomaterials, and soft matter. Examples of topics of special interest include: biomolecules (proteins, nucleic acids, membranes, enzyme catalysis); biomaterials (including nano-biomaterials); polymers and colloids; liquids (properties of liquids, ionic liquids, deep eutectic solvents, and fluid interfaces, and solid-liquid interfaces, bulk studies of electrolytes); surfactants; glasses; and spectroscopy, charge, and energy transfer of molecules in solution.

Computational and Experimental Advances in Biomembranes Virtual Issue
Deep Eutectic Solvents Virtual Issue


Journal of Proteome Research
Journal of Proteome Research publishes content encompassing all aspects of global protein analysis and function, including the dynamic aspects of genomics, spatio-temporal proteomics, metabonomics and metabolomics, clinical proteomics, as well as advances in methodology including bioinformatics. The theme and emphasis is on a multidisciplinary approach to the life sciences through the synergy between the different types of “omics”.

Rising Stars in Proteomics and Metabolomics: 40 under 40
Proteomics in Pandemic Disease Special Issue
Twelve Rules for Science (Yates Lab Version) Editorial


Molecular Pharmaceutics
Molecular Pharmaceutics publishes the results of original research that contributes significantly to the molecular mechanistic understanding of drug delivery and drug delivery systems. The journal encourages contributions describing research at the interface of drug discovery and drug development.

Deep Learning for Drug Discovery and Biomarker Development
Crystals and Crystallization in Drug Delivery Design


Biology abstracts, posters, and presentations from ACS Meetings
SciMeetings is a virtual science-sharing database developed by ACS Publications in collaboration with other ACS divisions. Presenters increase the global visibility of their work with a digital footprint that endures beyond the conference, find a broader audience and create a record of publication from the world’s most trusted publisher of chemical information. SciMeetings offers the benefits of a DOI, an open-access license, increased visibility, presenter accessible analytics, and more.

See the biology research from ACS Spring 2020 and ACS Fall 2020.


ACS In Focus eBook Series
ACS In Focus is a new series of brief, dynamic e-books designed to bring new graduate students up to speed on topics they need to know in their research. These works are also designed to introduce topics to scientists interested in bringing additional and often multidisciplinary perspectives into their research questions. CRISPR’s potential across STEM research is exploding, and the ACS In Focus editors are seeking an author or author team to write on the foundations around this topic. Learn more.

Antibacterials covers the topics relevant to entering this field of study. We discuss basic bacterial biology and the roles that bacteria play in the world. We also cover the history of antibacterials, both ancient and modern, as well as how commercial antibiotics work on a biochemical level. We examine the interplay between resistance, tolerance, and virulence, the threat that they pose, and ways that scientists are thinking about addressing them. Finally, we provide an overview of the antibacterial development process from initial lead discovery to clinical trials and commercialization.

Antibacterials includes dynamic, multimedia content including animations, illustrations, video, a pop-up glossary, and more.


Reduce the Spread of Viruses
Connecting the chemical principles of infectious disease to personal actions is critical for all professionals in these unprecedented times to help control the spread.

Chemistry in Practice: Reduce the Spread of Viruses is a two-hour on-demand course developed and reviewed by leading experts in infectious diseases, medicinal chemistry, and healthcare. The course highlights the scientific research behind recommendations, includes a glossary of common terms, and provides learners with an intuitive risk-assessment calculator. Learners will be assessed through a capstone module and will receive a certificate upon completion. Gain access to two free modules and find out more about this new course from ACS Publications.


ACS Author Lab
Interested in publishing your research in an ACS journal? ACS Author Lab is a new online course that empowers authors to prepare and submit strong manuscripts. Developed by ACS Editors and ACS Publications staff, ACS Author Lab helps authors identify key considerations for each step of publishing a manuscript.

We are pleased to offer free access to one module of ACS Author Lab. Get access to Module 7 and find out more about the course.


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