a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the dissemination of research results in molecular biology, cell biology, and the genetics of the visual system (ocular and cortical). Access to the articles and services (search engine and announcement list) of the journal are free of charge. Molecular Vision is indexed by the National Library of Medicine, BIOSIS, and the Chemical Abstracts Service.
An electronic publishing service for bioscientists. In collaboration with publishers, editors and authors, it distributes peer-reviewed journals from around the world, plus reports, newsletters, and books in many scientific domains.
Primary research journal providing an insight into mechanisms of plant and animal development, covering all aspects from molecular and cellular to tissue levels. Published by The Company of Biologists Limited.
Abstracts (free) and full-texts (subscription required) of more than 50 peer-reviewed bioscience research journals, mostly published by small societies and non-commercial publishers, that formerly had been available only in printed form.
Journal produced by a consortium of UK universities with support from Oxford University Press. Provides a forum for students, their supervisors and universities, to showcase high quality undergraduate research work, strengthening the link between teaching and research in higher education.
A collection of review articles written by international experts on gene therapy, immunotherapeutics, drug design, vaccines, genetic testing, pathogenesis, microbiology, epidemiology, genomics, diagnostics and techniques. It is published by Cambridge University Press in association with the Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies.
Aims to provide a medium for rapid, readable, refereed and rigorous short, topical research papers in the general field of experimental biology in its broadest sense, ranging from the molecular and cellular boundaries in cell and plant biology to the integrative study of whole organism including the experimental analysis of behaviour.