FEBS Letters

(The H4-Index of FEBS Letters is 29. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Mitochondrial DNA copy number in human disease: the more the better?207
The promise and the challenges of cryo‐electron tomography168
Structural and functional diversity calls for a new classification of ABC transporters165
Enhanced binding of the N501Y‐mutated SARS‐CoV‐2 spike protein to the human ACE2 receptor: insights from molecular dynamics simulations154
Mitochondrial dynamics in health and disease126
Mitochondrial disorders of the OXPHOS system118
Recent advances in understanding catalysis of protein folding by molecular chaperones108
G Protein‐Coupled receptors and heterotrimeric G proteins as cancer drivers82
Coupled network of the circadian clocks: a driving force of rhythmic physiology64
Mitochondria, energy, and metabolism in neuronal health and disease58
Restriction point regulation at the crossroads between quiescence and cell proliferation49
Extracellular vesicles and intercellular communication in the central nervous system48
Mitochondrial protein import dysfunction: mitochondrial disease, neurodegenerative disease and cancer47
MICOS and the mitochondrial inner membrane morphology – when things get out of shape43
The Diseased Mitoribosome42
The raw truth about paper mills39
The cytochrome bc1 complex as an antipathogenic target38
Lipopolysaccharide and the gut microbiota: considering structural variation38
The ambivalent role of water at the origins of life37
Sphingolipids in plants: a guidebook on their function in membrane architecture, cellular processes, and environmental or developmental responses35
Recent advances in the role of sphingosine 1‐phosphate in cancer35
The ABCG2/BCRP transporter and its variants – from structure to pathology35
The role of the degenerate nucleotide binding site in type I ABC exporters34
Structures of ABC transporters: handle with care34
Mitochondrial turnover and homeostasis in ageing and neurodegeneration33
Munc13 binds and recruits SNAP25 to chaperone SNARE complex assembly32
The role of sphingolipids in endoplasmic reticulum stress32
Adenoviruses – Infection, pathogenesis and therapy30
Transcription factors and ABC transporters: from pleiotropic drug resistance to cellular signaling in yeast29
Complement evasion strategies of Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato29
Resveratrol reduces cardiac NLRP3‐inflammasome activation and systemic inflammation to lessen doxorubicin‐induced cardiotoxicity in juvenile mice29