The Special Issue will highlight both technological and biological advances, including functional omics analysis, increases in spatial resolution, measurement sensitivity and throughput. Submit by January 31, 2024.
Journal of Proteome Research (JPR) is welcoming submissions for a 2024 Special Issue on Single-Cell Omics Research. Recent technological advances have enabled omics analysis of complex biological systems at single-cell resolution. This Special Issue will capture such cutting-edge advances (both methods and applications) in single-cell analysis for holistic understanding of biological processing involving metabolites, proteins and nucleic acids.
The Special Issue will highlight both technological and biological advances, including functional omics analysis, increases in spatial resolution, measurement sensitivity and throughput. We encourage interested authors to read the recent Editorial on Publishing in JPR for more information on what the journal is looking for in a submission.
This Special Issue will be managed by:
Nikolai Slavov, Topic Editor, JPR
Northeastern University, United States
Theodore Alexandrov, Guest Editor
European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Germany
Manuscripts must adhere to the guidelines available on the Journal of Proteome Research Information for Authors page and in the recent Editorial, and be submitted electronically through the ACS Paragon Plus portal. In Paragon, specify manuscript type, and activate the special issue feature to designate the paper for “Single-Cell Omics.”
The deadline for submission of manuscripts for the 2024 Special Issue is January 31, 2024. Manuscripts will be screened for suitability and undergo rigorous peer review.
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