Out Now: Metallomics Emerging Investigators Themed Issue

Guest-edited by Metallomics Editorial Board member Katherine F. Franz (Duke University), the special issue is a collection of invited papers highlighting the excellent work being carried out by leading scientists at an early stage of their career.

We are delighted to announce that the Metallomics themed issue Emerging Investigators 2019, featuring papers from some of the rising stars of metallomics research, is now online and free to access.

We are committed to supporting up-and-coming scientists in the early stages of their independent careers and our Emerging Investigator Series provides a platform for early career researchers to showcase their best work to a broad audience. This will greatly benefit the community, through continued exposure to the exciting work being done by its early career members. Authors also benefit due to the increased visibility and exposure that the themed issue generates.

It includes:

Metallomics: Emerging Investigators 2019
Katherine F. Franz
Metallomics, 2019, 11, 9-14, DOI: 10.1039/C8MT90047G

Across the spectrum: integrating multidimensional metal analytics for in situ metallomic imaging
Theodora J. Stewart
Metallomics, 2019,11, 29-49, DOI: 10.1039/C8MT00235E

Zinc finger domains as therapeutic targets for metal-based compounds – an update
C. Abbehausen
Metallomics, 2019,11, 15-28, DOI: 10.1039/C8MT00262B

Tutorial Review
Metal-dependent hormone function: the emerging interdisciplinary field of metalloendocrinology
Michael J. Stevenson, Kylie S. Uyeda, Nathaniel H. O. Harder and Marie C. Heffern
Metallomics, 2019,11, 85-110, DOI: 10.1039/C8MT00221E

Critical Review
Handling of nutrient copper in the bacterial envelope
Louisa J. Stewart, Denis Thaqi, Bostjan Kobe, Alastair G. McEwan, Kevin J. Waldron and Karrera Y. Djoko
Metallomics, 2019,11, 50-63, DOI: 10.1039/C8MT00218E

Characterization of the metal status of natively purified alpha-synuclein from human blood, brain tissue, or recombinant sources using size exclusion ICP-MS reveals no significant binding of Cu, Fe or Zn
Amber Lothian, Larissa Lago, Soumya Mukherjee, Andrea R. Connor, Chris Fowler, Catriona A. McLean, Malcolm Horne, Colin L. Masters, Roberto Cappai and Blaine R. Roberts
Metallomics, 2019,11, 128-140, DOI: 10.1039/C8MT00223A

Time-dependent shotgun proteomics revealed distinct effects of an organoruthenium prodrug and its activation product on colon carcinoma cells
Samuel M. Meier-Menches, Katja Zappe, Andrea Bileck, Dominique Kreutz, Ammar Tahir, Margit Cichna-Markl and Christopher Gerner
Metallomics, 2019,11, 118-127, DOI: 10.1039/C8MT00152A

We hope that you enjoy reading the articles!


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