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Our insistence on fast and thorough peer review enables us to process manuscripts quickly; we aim to reach initial decisions within four weeks.
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All articles are published and receive their final citation details on the day they are accepted. Fully copy-edited and formatted versions of the article replace the accepted manuscript within 4 weeks. Within 48 hours of publication, your article will be listed in PubMed, bringing your work to its intended audience as quickly as possible.
All articles published in Cell Communication and Signaling are open access (freely available on the journal website, with the copyright retained by the author). Research articles are deposited in at least one widely and internationally-recognized open access repository such as PubMed Central, complying with the NIH Public Access Policy and the Wellcome Trust Open Access Policy. To cover the cost of open access publishing we levy an article-processing charge.
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