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Thematic Series

Molecular mechanisms of cell fate decisions during cellular stress

For this Special Issue of CMBL, we encourage the submission of reviews and primary research articles that aim to understand what shifts the balance between opposing cellular fates during cellular stress.

Collection on Non-coding RNAs

Molecular and cellular biology of noncoding RNA molecules has become one of the fastest growing research fields in science and also in medical practice and technology.  We present this collection of some of our best recent publications on this topic and hope it will inspire you to submit your own work to be included in this collection.

Celebrating 25 Years of Cellular & Molecular Biology Letters

In celebration of the 25th anniversary of CMBL, we have put together this collection of the most highly cited papers published in the journal over the last 25 years. We hope you enjoy reading through the historical ‘scientific journey’ of the journal and can appreciate how much our technology and knowledge has advanced. We look forward to another 25 years!

Invited Papers

The papers in this collection were specially invited by the editors and represent work by leading researchers in their fields, as well the authors of the most cited papers from the previous issues of our journal (CMBL).

Archival content

Cellular & Molecular Biology Letters was founded in 1996 and transferred to BioMed Central in 2016. Previously, its publishers were Walter De Gruyter in 2015 (content available from De Gruyter's archive), and Springer from 2006–2014 (content available from BMC web page). Articles published between 1996 and 2005 can be found at the CMBL home page, on the Volume List tab. To request free electronic versions of these articles, please contact cmbl@cmbl.org.pl.

Reviewer Acknowledgements

Please visit the Cellular and Molecular Biology Letters society website and click on "Acknowledgements to Referees" and the year you wish to search to view current and past reviewers

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