The Journal of Membrane Biology
The Journal of Membrane Biology (JMB) publishes papers on the nature, structure, genesis and functions of biological membranes, and on the physics and chemistry of artificial membranes with a bearing on biomembranes. JMB offers articles dealing with plasma membranes; intracellular membranes; membrane organs; biomembrane models; and general considerations of two dimensional biological structures. Coverage includes chemical and physical structure; immunochemical properties and fingerprinting; colloid and surface chemistry; transport and secretory functions, including natural and artificial transport carrier systems, membrane channels, diffusion and pinocytosis; metabolic functions, membrane-bound enzyme systems, transduction; electrical phenomena in excitable membranes, nerve, muscle, receptors, etc; membrane–membrane interaction, intercellular communication; membrane synthesis and replication; cell regulatory functions of membranes and cybernetic aspects; membrane genetics; evolution and comparative aspects of biomembranes.
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Editorial to the Special Issue
Jean-Luc Popot (August 2014)
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