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Molecular Biology

Empowering a community publishing articles in Molecular Biology, including RNA biology, Chromatin and epigenetics, Gene Expression, Translation, DNA replication and repair, Nuclear Organization, gene editing and much more.

To date, over 38,165 articles in Molecular Biology have been published with more than 1.5m citations from authors in 197 countries.

Publish Molecular Biology research with PLOS to help accelerate discovery.

Our community is a collaboration between authors, editors and reviewers. In-house editorial subject experts work alongside section editors, academic editors, and journal editorial boards to provide accurate assessment that readers can trust.

We put research and researchers first, collaborating to make science, and the process of publishing science, fair, equitable, and accessible for the whole community.‚Äč

Entomological research in the 21st century benefits from interdisciplinary connections, including from the application of a range of methods from molecular biology to computer science. Publishing in open access journals with a wide readership can foster those connections. Importantly, it also allows cross disciplinary teams to disseminate collaborative research to researchers in their various relevant domains.
Nicholas Manoukis
Nicholas C. Manoukis
United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Daniel K. Inouye US Pacific Basin Agricultural Research Center, Hilo, Hawaii, United States of America
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PLOS will be attending a number of Molecular Biology related events through 2020. More details to follow.

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