The Year in Cell Biology: 2023
This collection features eleven of the articles published in the last year that most interested our readers. From the nanoscale structure of focal adhesions to ciliary homeostasis in astrocytes, this collection exemplifies the range of topics covered by JCB as well as the extraordinary quality and impact that they share. These articles convey exciting new discoveries in immunology, the cell cycle, organelle contacts, and neuroscience, and include exceptional new methods that captured the interest of our readers.
For 68 years, the Journal of Cell Biology has served as a preeminent outlet for impactful findings on the structures and operations within and among cells. We are indebted to our authors and our reviewers, whose shared commitment to the highest standards of research drive the many cell biological advances reported in our journal, including those highlighted here. Finally, we thank our diverse and dedicated readers around the world. Your interest in cell biology makes JCB possible.
Find the original research articles below and download a special magazine that contains the abstracts of all eleven studies.
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Original artwork by Elena G. Bansh.