Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton


Subject: Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton
Date: Sun, 8 Apr 2001 14:27:12 -0400 (EDT)

Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton


ISSN: 1097-0169

Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton is an international journal published
twelve times a year specializing in the rapid publication of articles
concerning all phenomena related to cell motility, including structural,
biochemical, biophysical, and theoretical approaches. In addition to
extended reports of original research, the journal will also publish invited
review articles, mini-reviews, views and reviews, brief rapid
communications, and book and film reviews. Topics of interest will include
molecular architecture; supramolecular structure; cell shape; interactions
of motile systems (e.g., tubulin- and actin-based systems); interactions of
cytoskeletal proteins; non-motile roles of motile or cytoskeletal proteins;
biochemical, biophysical, and molecular aspects of cytoskeletal proteins and
related controlor binding-proteins; genetics and molecular biological
approaches to the study of motility and/or the cytoskeleton; the pathology
of motile behavior and the cytoskeleton; nuclear-cytoplasmic transport and
interchange; membrane structure and receptor transport; action of drugs on
motility and the cytoskeleton; prokaryotic flagellar motility; prokaryotic
gliding motility; changes in organelle shape (axostyles, costae);
microtubule gliding and particle transport; axonal transport; reticulopodial
movement in foraminifera, radiolaria; targeted intracellular particle
actin-based particle transport; bulk cytoplasmic streaming (in protists,
plant, animal, and fungal cells); amoeboid motility;
movement of tissue cells in vitro or in vivo; endo- and exocytosis;
spreading of platelets, tissue cells; morphogenetic movements; the role of
motile and cytoskeletal proteins in development; the nuclear matrix;
intranuclear movements; mitotic movements (e.g., kinetochore, centrosomes,
and particles); cytokinesis; muscular contraction; cytoplasmic
contractility; spasmoneme and myoneme contraction; eukaryotic flagellar and
ciliary movement; the centriole, centrosome, and flagellar rootlet

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Editor: B.R. Brinkley
Email: subinfo@wiley.com

Original posting date: 
Sunday, May 6, 2001
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