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October 2021

Volume 297Issue 4
Open Access
On the Cover: The cover image shows a ring of Hela tubulin induced by the binding of Cryptophycin 52, a potent anti-cancer drug. The tubulin is rendered as an electrostatic surface (blue, electropositive; red, electronegative) with Cryptophycin 52 colored green. The chemical structure of Cryptophycin 52 is shown in the center. The original artwork was created by Elif Eren and Norman Watts. For details, see the article by Eren et al., 101138....
On the Cover: The cover image shows a ring of Hela tubulin induced by the binding of Cryptophycin 52, a potent anti-cancer drug. The tubulin is rendered as an electrostatic surface (blue, electropositive; red, electronegative) with Cryptophycin 52 colored green. The chemical structure of Cryptophycin 52 is shown in the center. The original artwork was created by Elif Eren and Norman Watts. For details, see the article by Eren et al., 101138.
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Editorial

Editors’ Picks Highlights

JBC Reviews

Accelerated Communications

Methods and Resources

Classics

Bioenergetics

Cell Biology

Computational Biology

DNA and Chromosomes

Enzymology

Gene Regulation

Glycobiology and Extracellular Matrices

Immunology

Lipids

Metabolism

Methods

Microbiology

Molecular Bases of Disease

Molecular Biophysics

Neurobiology

Protein Structure and Folding

Protein Synthesis and Degradation

RNA

Signal Transduction

Additions and Corrections

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