2019 Best Paper Award Announced

Wiley and the European Peptide Society are pleased to announce the winner of the Journal of Peptide Science Best Paper Award in 2019. Many congratulations to Kishore Thalluri, Binbin Kou, Xu Yang, Alexander N. Zaykov, John P. Mayer, Vasily M. Gelfanov, Fa Liu and Richard D. DiMarchi for their award-winning article ‘Synthesis of relaxin‐2 and insulin‐like peptide 5 enabled by novel tethering and traceless chemical excision’. This paper is free access for a limited period Continue reading

Journal of Peptide Science 2018 Impact Factor: Top Cited Papers


Following the release of the Journal of Peptide Science 2018 Impact Factor, we have put together a collection of the top cited papers, including those which contributed to the most recent Impact Factor. The 2018 list is below, and a full list of the top cited papers from each of the last three years can be found here. All the articles included are free to view for the rest of the year. Top Cited 2018 Continue reading

Promoting Your Journal of Peptide Science Article

Wiley’s Promotional Toolkit is a one-stop shop for helping authors promote their work. Article sharing tools: • Use Wiley Content Sharing and receive a unique sharing link to a full-text, read-only version of your article that can be shared with unlimited people • If you’re a Journal of Peptide Science author, use Wiley Author Services to nominate up to 10 colleagues to receive free access to your article, or email a link to key colleagues Continue reading

2018 Best Paper Award Announced

Many congratulations to: Sergej Schwagerus, Oliver Reimann, Clement Despres, Caroline Smet‐Nocca and Christian P. R. Hackenberger For their award-winning article: Semi‐synthesis of a tag‐free O‐GlcNAcylated tau protein by sequential chemoselective ligation How can I win the PSC Best Paper Award 2019?Every research article published in Journal of Peptide Science in 2017 and 2018 will be on the shortlist for the 2019 Award. The Editors will choose the winner based on the number of citations, on the number of Continue reading

Special Issue of Journal of Peptide Science dedicated to the 7th International Meeting on Antimicrobial Peptides

2018 Journal of Peptide Science

This recently published special issue originates from the scientific contributions at the 7th International Meeting on Antimicrobial Peptides held in Copenhagen, at the Panum Center at the University of Copenhagen on 25-27 August 2017. The conference was organized under the auspices of Roskilde University, the University of Copenhagen, and the Protein & Peptide Science Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry. The chairmen were Paul Robert Hansen and Håvard Jenssen. Read Håvard Jenssen’s editorial for Continue reading

Introducing the new journal design for the Journal of Peptide Science

Wiley is continuing our journey toward a new, digital, web-first publishing ecosystem for our journals, including those we publish on behalf of learned societies. We recognise a need to move away from the print-centred paradigm that has driven journal publishing for so long and move toward a web-first environment. We are particularly interested in the experience of authors, who are key drivers of a journal’s success. Our research has shown us that authors want a Continue reading

2017 Best Paper Award Announced

Many congratulations to: Franziska Maaß, Joycelyn Wüstehube-Lausch, Stephan Dickgießer, Bernhard Valldorf, Michael Reinwarth, Hans-Ulrich Schmoldt, Matin Daneschdar, Olga Avrutina, Ugur Sahin and Harald Kolmar For their award-winning article: Cystine-knot peptides targeting cancer-relevant human cytotoxic T lymphocyte-associated antigen 4 (CTLA-4) How can I win the PSC Best Paper Award 2018?Every research article published in Journal of Peptide Science in 2016 and 2017 will be on the shortlist for the 2018 Award. The Editors will choose the Continue reading

Special issue published as a tribute to Shiro Akabori (1900–1992)


The Journal of Peptide Science has just published a special issue as a tribute to Shiro Akabori (1900–1992), the father of Japanese peptide and protein chemistry. Attendees at the recent 15th Akabori Conference in Boppard, Germany (held 7-10 September 2014) and the conference on Rokko Mountain, Kobe, Japan (23-26 May 2016) were personally invited to contribute a review article or experiment-based communication to this special issue of the Journal of Peptide Science. A large group Continue reading

Maximize your Article Impact with Kudos: Free Webinar for Wiley Chemistry Authors

Wednesday, November 30th | 9:30 – 10:00 AM EST REGISTER NOW Register now for a 30-minute webinar on how you can increase readership and visibility for your work using Kudos. You’ll receive expert advice on the following topics: The importance and benefits of sharing your research How to use Kudos to explain, share, and measure your articles for greater impact Case studies of chemistry authors who have successfully increased readership for their articles Speakers: Paul Continue reading