Crystallography Journals Online offers a number of services to prospective and current authors of articles in Acta Crystallographica Section D: Biological Crystallography, with the aim of ensuring as smooth and rapid a process of publication as possible.
The author services pages give links to instructions on how to prepare your paper for submission and tools to help you do this, details of what to do about supplementary data and utilities to track the status of your paper once it has been accepted and is in production. In addition, you will be able to download proofs or electronic reprints from these pages.
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`Acta is intended to offer a central place for publication and discussion of all research in this vast and ever-expanding field. It borders, naturally, on pure physics, chemistry, biology, mineralogy, technology and also on mathematics, but is distinguished by being concerned with the methods and results of investigating the arrangement of atoms in matter, particularly when that arrangement has regular features.'
Paul P. Ewald, Acta Crystallographica (1948), 1, 2.
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