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VOLUME 11 ISSUE 7 (Jul, 2019)

Editorial
Perspective
Retrospect
Suzanne J. Baker and Bert Vogelstein
Review
Gabriela Koifman, Ronit Aloni-Grinstein, and Varda Rotter
Thibaut Barnoud, Joshua L. D. Parris, and Maureen E. Murphy
Gema Sanz, Madhurendra Singh, Sylvain Peuget, and Galina Selivanova*
Perspective
Yan Stein, Ronit Aloni-Grinstein, and Varda Rotter
Meeting Report
  Special Issue on p53


Cover legend
Caption for cover image of JMCB 11-7 The cover image p53 on top of Mount St. Helen in sky metaphorically illustrates the year of 1979 when the p53 airship was launched, which coincidentally was a year ahead of the 1980 volcanic eruption of Mount St. Helen that resides by the Columbia River in Skamania County, Washington, USA. This image also emblematically depicts how p53 acts via interaction with spring-like nuclear chromatin structures, but the whole picture of its functions in protecting human from cancer remains unfinished and mysteriously sky high still beyond the full reach of human scientists on earth, although tremendous progresses have been made to understand p53. The image was contributed by Timothy Z. Lu. See pages 521–522 by Lu for details.
 
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