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Reviews

Science Signaling Reviews address timely topics of broad interest and of relevance to signal transduction. Unlike conventional reviews, they can be updated by their authors as developments warrant. Most Reviews are solicited by the editors, but we welcome your suggestions of potential topics and authors. All Reviews are peer-reviewed for accuracy and clarity of presentation. Authors should refer to the Information for Authors for general information about manuscript preparation and the journal's policies.

Each Review is has at least 4 views: Abstract, Gloss, Full Text, and PDF. The "Gloss" provides a textbook-level summary of the Review for readers who seek a brief introduction to the topic. Each of these views, as well as any supplementary materials, such as movies, can be viewed by choosing the appropriate link from the left navigation area from any view of the article.

Updated reviews will have two additional elements: (i) an Update link and (ii) a link to the other versions of the review as a Related Resource. The Update is a document that describes the new information and changes presented in the updated version of the review. The Update is available as a PDF from the Update link and is also part of the PDF of the updated review to make finding the new information easy for the online or PDF reader.

Use the Advanced Search limited to the Reviews section, to find these articles. Alternatively, the Reviews and the Reviews Archive can be accessed from the Literature section of the site.

The proper citation format for a Review published prior to January 2008 is shown below:

D. W. McVicar, D. N. Burshtyn, Intracellular Signaling by the Killer Immunoglobulin-Like Receptors and Ly49. Sci. STKE 2001, re1 (2001).

An example of the proper citation format for a Review published after the title change to Science Signaling in January 2008 is shown below:

D. W. McVicar, D. N. Burshtyn, Intracellular Signaling by the Killer Immunoglobulin-Like Receptors and Ly49. Science Signaling 1, re1 (2008).


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Science Signaling. ISSN 1937-9145 (online), 1945-0877 (print). Pre-2008: Science's STKE. ISSN 1525-8882