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    Publisher: Academic Journals Inc., USA
  The Asian Journal of Cell Biology is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that aims to promote a high level of technical and scientific excellence for the broad field of Cell Biology. The Journal will showcase distinctive work of note from researchers in the region as well as Internationally. We are dedicated to publish high quality scientific work in the form of original articles, review/mini-reviews and short communications. The scope of the journal includes: Structure, function and macromolecular organization of cells and cell components. Contributions focusing on cellular dynamics, motility and differentiation, particularly if related to cellular biochemistry, molecular biology, immunology, neurobiology and developmental biology from diverse organisms are encouraged.

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  Editor-in-Chief:  Yeong Foong May
Chai, C.C., E.M. Teh and F.M. Yeong, 2010. Unrestrained spindle elongation during recovery from spindle checkpoint activation in cdc15-2 cells results in mis-segregation of chromosomes. Mol. Biol. Cell., 21: 2384-2398.
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Chin, C.F. and F.M. Yeong, 2010. Safeguarding entry into mitosis: the antephase checkpoint. Mol. Cell Biol., 30: 22-32.
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Chong, P.Y. and F.M. Yeong, 2007. Regulation of chromosome condensation. Proceedings of the NHG Annual Scientific Congress, Nov. 10-11, Raffles City, Singapore -.
Fei, C.C. and F.M. Yeong, 2010. Regulation of Chs2p. Proceedings of the Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology Meeting, July 27-Aug. 1, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, pp: 95-95.
Kashimshetty, R., G. Zhang, K.E.A. Ng and F.M. Yeong, 2006. Dynamics of mitotic exit, cytokinesis and septum formation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Proceedings of the Combined Annual Scientific Meeting. Nov. 4-6, Raffles City, Singapore -.
Lim, H.H., F.M. Yeong and U. Surana, 2003. Inactivation of mitotic kinase triggers translocation of MEN components to mother-daughter neck in yeast. Mol. Biol. Cell., 14: 4734-4743.
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Ng, K.E. and F.M. Yeong, 2005. Caught in the act: Dynamics of cell separation in budding yeast. Proceedings of the 5th ASEAN Microscopy Conference, Nov. 24-25, Manila, Philippines -.
Ng, M.L., F.M. Yeong and S.H. Tan, 1994. Cryosubstitution technique reveals new morphology of flavivirus-induced structures. J. Virol. Meth., 49: 305-314.
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Teh, E.M., C.C. Chai and F.M. Yeong, 2009. Retention of Chs2p in the ER requires N-terminal CDK1-phosphorylation sites. Cell Cycle, 8: 2964-2974.
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Wei, H., D.G. Ashby, C.S. Moreno, E. Ogris, F.M. Yeong, A.H. Corbett and D.C. Pallas, 2001. Carboxymethylation of the PP2A catalytic subunit insaccharomyces cerevisiae is required for efficient interaction with the B-type subunits Cdc55p and Rts1p. J. Biol. Chem., 276: 1570-1577.
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Xuguo, L. and F.M. Yeong, 2009. Role of Cdc55p in DNA replication checkpoint. Proceedings of the Joint IMCB Symposium together with the 12th Australian Cell Cycle Workshop, Sept. 7-8, IMCB, Singapore -.
Yeong, F.M. and U Surana, 2004. Caenorhabditis elegans holocentric protein, hcp-6, is important for meiosis and development. Proceedins of the 5th Combined Annual Scientic Meeting, May 12-14, Singapore -.
Yeong, F.M., 2004. Anaphase-promoting complex in Caenorhabditis elegans. Mol. Cell. Biol., 24: 2215-2225.
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Yeong, F.M., 2005. Severing all ties between mother and daughter: Cell separation in budding yeast. Mol. Microbiol., 55: 1325-1331.
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Yeong, F.M., H. Hombauer, K.S. Wendt, T. Hirota and I. Mudrak et al., 2003. Identification of a subunit of a novel Kleisin-beta/SMC complex as a potential substrate of protein phosphatase 2A. Curr. Biol., 13: 2058-2064.
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Yeong, F.M., H.H. Lim and U. Surana, 2002. MEN, destruction and separation: Mechanistic links between mitotic exit and cytokinesis in budding yeast. Bioessays, 24: 659-666.
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Yeong, F.M., H.H. Lim, G.G. Padmahree and U. Surana, 2000. Exit from mitosis in budding yeast: Biphasic inactivation of the Cdc28-Clb2 mitotic kinase and the role of Cdc20. Mol. Cell., 5: 501-511.
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Yeong, F.M., H.H. Lim, Y. Wang and U. Surana, 2001. Early expressed Clb proteins allow accumulation of mitotic cyclin by inactivating proteolytic machinery during S phase. Mol. Cell. Biol., 21: 5071-5081.
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Zhang, G., K.E.A. Ng and F.M. Yeong, 2006. High mitotic kinase prevents premature cytokinesis and septum formation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Proceedings of the Combined Annual Scientific Meeting, Nov. 4-6, Raffles City, Singapore -.
Zhang, G., R. Kashimshetty, K.E. Ng, H.B. Tan and F.M. Yeong, 2006. Exit from mitosis triggers Chs2p transport from the endoplasmic reticulum to mother-daughter neck via the secretory pathway in budding yeast. J. Cell Biol., 174: 207-220.
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