|Dear colleagues in academia and industry,
It is our pleasure to announce a special issue in Analytical Biochemistry to appear in Spring of 2020:
“Transglutaminases in Translation – Novel Tools and Methods Impacting on Diagnostics and Therapeutics”
Since the discovery of transglutaminases by H. Waelsch and coworkers in 1957, basic research has created fundamental knowledge regarding this very special class of enzymes, providing the basis for translation to diagnostics and medicine and even to technical applications.
This special issue of Analytical Biochemistry is dedicated to providing insight into 1) the latest basic research in the field, and 2) research already in translation for diagnostic, therapeutic and technical purposes. The content is anticipated to range from transglutaminase biochemistry, including structural aspects, assays and novel methods, as well as to (patho)physiological roles and pathways. Therapeutic and diagnostic approaches, technical applications in medicinal products and drug manufacturing will also be included in order to provide an up-to-date overview on “Transglutaminases in Translation”. Finally original work, reviews, or a mixture are welcome.
We heartily invite renowned experts in their respective field to contribute to this special issue.
In order to submit a paper for this Special Issue, please sign into the EVISE site for AB via this link:
Select the drop down menu and choose your Special Issue title “TGases in Translation”. Then choose the article type from the drop down list, add the details and submit your article.
The submissions are open from 1-Aug-2019, and the final submission deadline is 30-Nov-2019
Accepted papers will be published on-line immediately upon acceptance, and summarized in the special edition to be published in early 2020.
|We are looking forward to receiving your paper submissions.
Please contact us for any questions.
Guest editors for Analytical Biochemistry