The International Journal of Cell (IJC) is a peer-reviewed open access journal dedicated to advances in cell biology research. IJC covers a diverse range of cell biology themes, such as molecular and structural biology, cell signalling, cell biology, stem cell research, and many more. It provides scientists around the world with an open platform to share their work, collaborate, and engage in thought-provoking research on a wide variety of topics related to cell biology, biophysics, bioinformatics, and other related discipline.
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International Journal of Cell is a comprehensive, peer-reviewed journal that helps disseminate original research work, having a unique aspect of covering many areas which contributes to providing an awareness of research studies of scientists around the globe.
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