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About Extracellular Matrix News

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Extracellular Matrix News has been providing the extracellular matrix research community with free, weekly updates on the latest in extracellular matrix biology since 2010. Given that the extracellular matrix serves a wide variety of biological functions, and that extracellular matrix research is a common thread throughout cell biology, keeping track of the latest findings and developments in this broad field is a challenge. Therefore, we are pleased to offer Extracellular Matrix News as a highly valued resource that brings our readers the most recent extracellular matrix publications and news in one comprehensive weekly publication. Let us save you valuable time by bringing the most current updates to you.

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Our editorial team hand-curates the most recent, top extracellular matrix publications to be featured in the Extracellular Matrix News, covering topics such as extracellular matrix-cell interactions and adhesion, extracellular matrix protein characterization and expression in different tissues, the applications of extracellular matrix proteins in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, and the development and characterization of synthetic scaffolds. Every week, we find the most recent research, review articles and press releases announcing industry news from high impact science journals, organizations and institutions focusing on extracellular matrix research, and leaders in biotech and pharma who specialize in the functions and applications of the extracellular matrix. Extracellular Matrix News also includes job and event postings relevant to extracellular matrix research and clinical regenerative medicine.

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The subscribership of Extracellular Matrix News currently exceeds 2,600 individuals globally, and is rapidly growing. In addition to the weekly newsletter, we continuously engage with our readers through the @ExtracellMatrix Twitter feed. Both the newsletter and Twitter feed target a wide scientific audience, including academic researchers and medical professionals as well as individuals working within the biotechnology and regenerative medicine industries. We also facilitate the exchange of scientific information by giving researchers the opportunity to increase the exposure of their work by submitting their recent extracellular matrix publications, reviews, press releases, events and jobs to our editorial team for possible inclusion in Extracellular Matrix News.

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