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细胞发现(英文)(Cell Discovery)(OA学术期刊)(国际刊号) (官网投稿)

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《细胞发现(英文)》(Cell Discovery)(不定期),创刊于2015年,由Springer Nature与中国科学院分子细胞科学卓越中心合作出版,旨在为科学家提供一个发表高质量研究的开放获取平台。Cell Discovery 刊登分子与细胞生物学各领域具有重要意义和广泛兴趣的成果,包括(但不限于)以下主题:细胞生长和分化;信号转导;细胞凋亡;干细胞;细胞发育;免疫学;神经科学;植物细胞生...[显示全部]
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1、该刊只有国际刊号。

2、投稿方式:在线投稿。

3、官网网址:https://www.nature.com/celldisc/

4、投稿网址:https://mts-celldisc.nature.com/

5、主办单位相关网址:http://cemcs.cas.cn/xhqk/

(中国科学院分子细胞科学卓越创新中心)

https://www.cscb.org.cn/journal.html

(中国细胞生物学学会)

6、官网邮箱:cd@sibcb.ac.cn

7、官网电话:021-54920952

8、出刊日期:不定期出版。

2021年9月16日星期

                                 

 

《细胞发现(英文)》(Cell Discovery

作者指南【官网信息】

 

Guide for Authors

Aims and Scope

Cell Discovery is a new fully open access international journal that publishes results of significance and originality in all areas of molecular & cell biology. Cell Discovery is established in 2015 as a sister journal of Cell Research , a high profile international journal.

Cell Discovery, published by Springer Nature in partnership with the Center for Excellence in Molecular Cell Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), aims to provide an open access platform for scientists to publish their high quality works. The basic bar of acceptance is comparable to prestigious society journals in the respective field of the work.

The journal has an international authorship and a broad scope in basic life sciences, and is a valued member of Springer Nature’s highly respected family of Molecular Cell Biology journals.

Journal Details

Editor Emeritus:

Gang Pei

Editor-in-Chief:

Dangsheng Li

Center for Excellence in Molecular Cell Science, Chinese Academy Science (CAS)

Editorial office:

Center for Excellence in Molecular Cell Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences,

31B 401 R, 319 Yueyang Road, Shanghai, 200031, China

Email: cd@sibcb.ac.cn

Fax: +86-021-54920952

ARTICLE TYPES

Article Description Abstract Word Limit Tables/ Figures References guideline

Article

A complete, comprehensive report of original research. An Article usually has a fairly complex narrative that is based on multiple techniques and/or approaches.

Unstructured abstract; max word limit: 250

6,000 – 8,000 words excluding abstract, references, figures and tables

Max of 8

Max of 100.

Please use as current as possible.

Correspondence

Correspondence provides rapid and concise report of a novel finding that is brief in nature but is of general interest to the field. There should be no more than 10 authors.

None

1,200 words excluding, references, figures and tables

Max of 1

Max of 10,

Editorial

The editors invite editorials to discuss a topical issue or a paper published in the journal and set the problems addressed by the paper in the wider context of the field. These are usually commissioned, but unsolicited editorial submissions are considered for publication.

None

1,000 words excluding references

Max of 1

Max of 10

Review Article A comprehensive synthesis and/or analysis of specific topics. A short Introduction giving the rationale for the review should be followed by

Unstructured abstract; max word limit: 250

15,000 words max excluding abstract, references,

Max of 8

Max of 250

Guide for Authors

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sections with appropriate subheadings, followed by a conclusions section at the end. The standard footer headings (Acknowledgements, Contributions, Competing Interests, Funding) are required. All invited reviews will undergo peer review prior to acceptance.

figures and tables

Word limit

Word limits are provided for guidance only. The Editors will consider submissions that exceed the recommended limit, subject to feedback received during peer review. PREPARATION OF ARTICLES

Please note that Articles must contain the following components in the order stated. Please see below for further details.

Title page

Abstract

Introduction

Results

Discussion

Materials and methods

Acknowledgements

Conflict of interests

Contributions

References

Figure legends

Tables

Figures

Article Requirements

Cover letter

Each manuscript must be accompanied by a cover letter including statements that:

Highlight of the current manuscript should be limited to no more than 2 short sentences;

All authors agree with the submission;

The work has not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere, either completely or in part, or in another form or language;

If material has been reproduced from another source, the authors have authorization from the copyright holder (usually the Publisher) to use it, and have included this authorization with their submission;

Conflict of Interest Statement

Organization of manuscript

All textual content should be provided in a single file, prepared using either Microsoft Word or TeX/LaTeX; figures should be provided in individual files. The manuscript text file should include the following parts, in order: a title page with author affiliations and contact information (the corresponding author should be identified with an asterisk); the sections required for each content type (see information for different content types) then References, Acknowledgements (optional), Author Contributions (Articles only), Competing Financial Interests statement, Figure Legends and Tables. Footnotes to the text are not allowed and any such material should be incorporated into the text as parenthetical matter.

(i) Title page

The title page should include a succinct title (less than 200 characters); a concise running title (which should normally not exceed 50 characters); the full names of all authors including their given names; the affiliations (including city, state, country and zip code) of all authors; the official email addresses of all authors, and the full contact details of the corresponding author (including telephone and fax numbers).

(ii) Abstract

A brief abstract (maximum 250 words) should state the purpose, basic procedures, main findings and principal conclusions of the study. The abstract should not contain abbreviations or references and should not be structured.

(iii) Introduction

The Introduction should summarize the rationale for the study and outline pertinent background material. The Introduction should not contain either results or conclusions.

(iv) Results

The Results should be presented in a logical sequence in the text, tables and figures; repetitive presentation of the same data in different forms should be avoided. The Results should not include material appropriate to the Discussion.

(v) Discussion

The Discussion should not reiterate Results, but rather should consider them in relation to any hypotheses advanced in the Introduction. This may include an evaluation of methodology and the relationship of new information to the existing body of knowledge in that field.

(vi) Materials and methods

Materials and Methods should be described in sufficient detail to allow the experimental work to be reproduced in another laboratory, and to leave the reader in no doubt as to how the results were derived.

Availability of data, materials and methods: An inherent principle of publication is that others should be able to replicate and build upon the authors' published claims. A

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condition of publication is that authors are required to make materials, data, code, and associated protocols promptly available to readers without undue qualifications.

Submission of a manuscript to Cell Discovery implies that materials described in the manuscript, including all relevant raw data, will be freely available to any scientist wishing to use them for non-commercial purposes, without breaching participant confidentiality.

Data availability statements: Data availability statements provide a statement about where data supporting the results reported in a published article can be found - including, where applicable, hyperlinks to publicly archived datasets analysed or generated during the study. For all original research articles, we require the provision of data availability statements, examples and details can be seen on our data policy web page. The statement should be placed at the end of the Methods section (titled, ‘Data availability’), after the code availability statement if one is present. For further guidance, please refer to the Data availability and data citations policy information and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

Cell Discovery strongly encourages that all datasets on which the conclusions of the paper rely should be available to readers. We encourage authors to ensure that their datasets are either deposited in publicly available repositories (where available and appropriate) or presented in the main manuscript or additional supporting files whenever possible. Please see Springer Nature’s information on recommended repositories. General repositories - for all types of research data - such as figshare and Dryad may be used where appropriate.

Where a widely established research community expectation for data archiving in public repositories exists, submission to a community-endorsed, public repository is mandatory. Persistent identifiers (such as DOIs and accession numbers) for relevant datasets must be provided in the paper.

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