This Special Focus Issue from JASMS will highlight mass spectrometry applications and novel methods for single-cell analysis.
Single-cell mass spectrometry is emerging as a necessary, valuable, and long-demanded technology to help understand the molecular makeup of cells. The current exponential growth of single-cell approaches and their applications in mass spectrometry was recently highlighted at the 37th American Society for Mass Spectrometry Asilomar Conference held in October 2022.
This Special Focus Issue from the Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry (JASMS) will highlight mass spectrometry applications and novel methods for single-cell analysis.
For readers, this Special Focus Issue will be an easily identifiable source of high-quality papers. For authors, it will provide increased visibility for their latest mass spectrometry work in single-cell mass spectrometry research.
The Single-Cell Mass Spectrometry Special Focus Issue will be managed by Associate Editor Helen J. Cooper (University of Birmingham).
If you are doing work in this field, the Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry editorial team invites you to submit a manuscript by September 15, 2023.
This Special Focus Issue is open for all authors; attendance at the 2022 Asilomar Conference is not required for inclusion in this Special Focus Issue. Focus manuscripts publish ASAP and in-issue as they are ready, and then, once all designated papers have been published, they will be compiled into an online collection.
To submit your manuscript, please visit the Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry website. Please follow the normal procedures for manuscript submission, and when in the ACS Paragon Plus submission site, select the Special Focus Issue of "Single-Cell Mass Spectrometry.” All manuscripts will undergo rigorous peer review. For additional submission instructions, please see the Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry Author Guidelines.