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  • Published Date: 03 July 2013
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Lynsey Geldeard wrote:

Epigenetics Special Issue Now Online

The special issue of ChemMedChem dedicated to Epigenetics & Drug Discovery is now available!

The Editorial by Guest Editor Professor Antonello Mai, University of Rome, Italy, and Full Papers from research groups at GlaxoSmithKline (Mirguet et al.) and the University of Illinois, USA, (Thatcher et al.) are free to access. This issue is a collection of the most important late-breaking research papers and reviews on drug discovery in all areas of epigenetics. Jin and colleagues introduce a chemical tool for probing lysine methyltransferase, and Olsen and co-workers demonstrate the effects of zinc binding groups on inhibitors of histone deacetylases.

Browse through the whole issue:
Special Issue: Epigenetics & Drug Discovery,
ChemMedChem 2014, 9(3).

Thu Feb 27 09:50:57 UTC 2014

Vera Koester wrote:

Publish your PhD Thesis

Publish a summary of your PhD thesis along with your full thesis attached as Supporting Information in its Thesis Treasury of ChemistryOpen.

All Thesis summaries receive a DOI number and are fully open access, making them citable and searchable for everyone. It doesn’t matter when you received your degree; give your results more visibility!

See the journal homepage for more information on the Thesis Treasury

Fri Jul 19 14:52:28 UTC 2013

Vera Koester wrote:

Inorganic Chemistry Meets Life Sciences

European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry Meets Life Sciences
The European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry covers all aspects of inorganic chemistry, including the exciting interface to the life sciences., e.g. with the article Dinuclear Cobalt(II) Complexes as Metallo-β-lactamase Mimics from Lena J. Daumann, James A. Larrabee, Peter Comba, Gerhard Schenk, and Lawrence R. Gahan

See more articles from the life sciences

Wed Jul 17 12:45:09 UTC 2013

Vera Koester wrote:

500th Microreview

With this article type, European Journal of Organic Chemistry (EurJOC) gives authors the opportunity to present their research in a succinct manner and to put it into the wider context of previous work by other authors and future prospects.

More on the microreviews and this 500th

Wed Jul 10 07:28:53 UTC 2013

Vera Koester wrote:

1st Article of ChemElectroChem


This week the first articles of ChemElectroChem went online:;jsessionid=DB2305899453FD302A01EBD742B35001.d04t03

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Sun Jul 07 10:05:40 UTC 2013

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