About the journal
Nucleic Acids Research (NAR) is a leading Open Access journal, which has been chosen by the Special Libraries Association as one of the top 100 most influential journals in medicine and biology...Find out more
These articles represent the very best NAR papers, in terms of originality, significance and scientific excellence.
Read a collection of over 70 NAR articles on CRISPR biology, as well as an editorial by Senior Executive Editors Barry Stoddard and Keith Fox.
The issue includes 152 papers, of which 54 describe newly created databases. 82 papers provide updates on databases that have been described in the previous NAR Database Issues, and 16 contain updates on databases whose descriptions have previously been published in other journals.
2016 Web Server issue
The papers in this issue reflect current and emerging trends in bioinformatics and computational biology. Of particular interest are recent works which move beyond an understanding of bio-molecular phenomena toward an emphasis on the development of engineering tools to exploit that understanding.
To be considered for publication, a manuscript must present some novel development and meet the general criteria of originality, timeliness, significance and scientific excellence.
NAR has been a fully open access title since 2005, with all content freely available upon publication.