Special Issue "Ribosome Biogenesis in “War and Peace of the Cell”-2nd Edition"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2022.
Interests: ribosome formation and function; RNA processing; protein-RNA complexes
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We are pleased to announce a second volume of the special issue on "Ribosome Biogenesis in “War and Peace of the Cell”".
The volume will be published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences - IJMS (https://0-www-mdpi-com.brum.beds.ac.uk/journal/ijms/, ISSN 1422-0067, IF 4.183), and it is now open to receive submissions of full research articles and comprehensive review papers for peer-review and possible publication.
Intense investigations by numerous groups have identified a set of canonical pathways for the biogenesis of the ribosomal subunits in all three biological kingdoms. However, these pathways must be flexible to adapt ribosome biogenesis to organismal development and to stress stemming from environmental changes, mutations, and stochastic variations in the availability of ribosome components.
The goal of this special volume is to generate a rich collection of research and review papers on ribosomal formation following both canonical and modified pathways, switches between pathways, and the regulation of the rate of ribosome formation.
Below is a list of anticipated keywords and phrases, but do not feel limited by this list:
• changes to the ribosome assembly pathway and kinetics in response to growth conditions, cell signaling, cell differentiation, and mutations
• “specialized” ribosomes with non-canonical composition and function
• surveillance of ribosome biogenesis
• inactivation and degradation of mature ribosomes
• interactions of ribosome biogenesis with other processes in the nucleus, nucleolus and cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells
• coordination of other cellular processes, such as cell division, with the ribosome assembly process
• deviations from the canonical model of the economy of ribosome biogenesis and cell growth (Warner 1999; Schaechter et al 1958).
• Transport of ribosome components and particles
• Human disease states linked to ribosome biogenesis
Prof. Dr. Lasse Lindahl
Manuscript Submission Information
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- ribosome biogenesis
- regulation of ribosome accumulation
- cell division
- ribosome surveillance
- cell signaling
- ribosome function
- ribosome variants
- ribosome stability cell economy
- nucleolar functions
- ribosome trafficking