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  1. Avian salmonellosis is concomitant with high financial crises in the poultry industry as well as food-borne illness in man. The present study is designed to investigate the emergence of Salmonella Enteritidis and...

    Authors: Abdelazeem M. Algammal, Reham M. El-Tarabili, Wafaa A. Abd El-Ghany, Enas A. Almanzalawi, Tahani M. Alqahtani, Hanaa Ghabban, Amenah S. Al-otaibi, Nayera M. Alatfeehy, Naira M. Abosleima, Helal F. Hetta and Ghada A. Badawy
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:110
  2. Helicobacter pylori OipA (Outer Inflammatory Protein A) is an outer membrane protein that takes role in the adherence and colonization to the stomach. oipA gene expression is regulated by the slipped-strand mispa...

    Authors: Sinem Oktem-Okullu, Tayyip Karaman, Sümeyye Akcelik-Deveci, Emel Timucin, Osman Ugur Sezerman, Nesteren Mansur-Ozen, Yaren Buyukcolak and Arzu Tiftikci
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:109
  3. Postherpetic neuralgia (PHN) is a prevalent, intricate, and intractable form of neuropathic pain. The available evidence indicates that alterations in the gut microbiota are significant environmental determina...

    Authors: Bo Jiao, Xueqin Cao, Caixia Zhang, Wencui Zhang, Shangchen Yu, Mi Zhang and Xianwei Zhang
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:108
  4. Aspergillus terreus has been reported to produce many bioactive metabolites that possess potential activities including anti-inflammatory, cytotoxic, and antimicrobial activities. In the present study, we report ...

    Authors: Menna Fayek, Hassan Y. Ebrahim, Mohamed S. Abdel-Aziz, Heba Taha and Fatma A. Moharram
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:107
  5. Herbal tea residue (HTR) is generally considered to be a reusable resource which has still retains considerable proportion of nutrients and active substances. This study aimed to investigate the effects of sub...

    Authors: Mingyue Wang, Longfei Wu, Yongqing Guo, Jiajie Sun, Ming Deng, Guangbin Liu, Yaokun Li and Baoli Sun
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:106
  6. Dengue is one of the fairly prevalent viral infections at the world level transmitted through mosquitoes (Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus). Due to various environmental factors, dengue cases surged rapidly at ...

    Authors: Sulochana Kaushik, Samander Kaushik, Lalit Dar and Jaya Parkash Yadav
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:105
  7. The laccase gene family encodes multiple isozymes that are crucial for the degradation of substrates and the regulation of developmental processes in fungi. Pleurotus eryngii is an important edible and medicinal ...

    Authors: Zihao Li, Yuanyuan Zhou, Congtao Xu, Jinlong Pan, Haikang Li, Yi Zhou and Yajie Zou
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:104
  8. Authors: Wafa A. Alshehri, Aala A. Abulfaraj, Mashael D. Alqahtani, Maryam M. Alomran, Nahaa M. Alotaibi, Khairiah Alwutayd, Abeer S. Alouf, Fatimah M. Alshehrei, Khulood F. Alabbosh, Sahar A. Alshareef, Ruba A. Ashy, Mohammed Y. Refai and Rewaa S. Jalal
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:103

    The original article was published in AMB Express 2023 13:92

  9. Effective disinfection of contaminated surfaces is essential for preventing the transmission of pathogens. In this study, we investigated the UV irradiance and wavelength distribution of a 222-nm ultraviolet C...

    Authors: Peiyong Ning, Yanzhen Han, Yang Liu, Shengchun Liu, Zhili Sun, Xinru Wang, Baiqi Wang, Feng Gao, Ying Wang, Yuan Wang, Xin Gao, Guanyi Chen and Xiaoyan Li
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:102
  10. The phenylurea herbicides are persistent in soil and water, necessitating the creation of methods for removing them from the environment. This study aimed to examine the soil microbial diversity, searching for...

    Authors: Nagwa I. Elarabi, Abdelhadi A. Abdelhadi, Amr A. Nassrallah, Mahmoud S. M. Mohamed and Heba A. R. Abdelhaleem
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:101
  11. Salmonella is an important foodborne pathogen, which can cause serious public health problems. Rapid and accurate detection of Salmonella infection and drug resistance mutations in patients will provide timely gu...

    Authors: Shan Wang, Shang Wang, Tongyu Hao, Shimao Zhu, Xinying Qiu, Yuqing Li, Xiaoxu Yang and Song Wu
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:100
  12. The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic is still difficult to be controlled. The spread of this virus and the emergence of new variants are considered a great challenge worldw...

    Authors: Rehab Mahmoud Abd El-Baky, Esraa R. Shady, Ramadan Yahia, Fatma Y. Ahmed, Mohamed Ramadan, Hala Rady Ahmed, Israa M. S. Al-Kadmy, Yasmin N. Ramadan and Helal F. Hetta
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:99
  13. Larrea nitida Cav. (Zygophyllaceae) is a plant endemic to Argentina and Chile, and its extract has been studied over the last years due to the presence of antimicrobial agents that can be used to control the grow...

    Authors: Felipe Rocha, Rodrigo José Nunes Calumby, Laura Svetaz, Maximiliano Sortino, Márcia Cristina Teixeira Ribeiro Vidigal, Valeria Alina Campos-Bermudez and Sebastián Pablo Rius
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:98
  14. Gut dysbiosis causes damage to the intestinal barrier and is associated with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). We tested the potential protective effects of probiotic BL21 and LRa05 on gut microbiota in type 2 ...

    Authors: Zhonghui Gai, Wenyan Liao, Yue Huang, Yao Dong, Huafeng Feng and Mei Han
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:97
  15. l-asparaginase is an antileukemic enzyme that hydrolyzes l-asparagine into l-aspartic acid and ammonia, causing cell starvation and apoptosis in susceptible leukemic cell populations. Currently, l-asparaginase ob...

    Authors: Sarah Osama, Moshera M. El-Sherei, Dalia A. Al-Mahdy, Mokhtar Bishr, Osama Salama and Marwa M. Raafat
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:96
  16. Previous work demonstrated inactivation of influenza virus by GHz frequency electromagnetic fields. Despite theoretical and experimental results, the underlying mechanism driving this inactivation remains unkn...

    Authors: Jody C. Cantu, Ronald A. Barnes, Bryan M. Gamboa, Allen S. Keister, Ibtissam Echchgadda and Bennett L. Ibey
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:95
  17. Solid-state fermentation (SSF) was used to enhance the bioactive compounds and biological properties of food materials, such as buckwheat, turmeric, and ginseng. This study was investigated the effects of SSF ...

    Authors: So-Hyung Kwak, Hayeong Kim, Ji hyeon Jeon, Kunal Pal, Dong-Hyun Kang and Doman Kim
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:94
  18. The biosynthetic process of selenium nanoparticles (SeNPs) by specific bacterial strain, whose growth directly affects the synthesis efficiency, has attracted great attentions. We previously reported that Bacillu...

    Authors: Fengqin Wang, Tao Gong, Man Du, Xiao Xiao, Zipeng Jiang, Weilian Hu, Yizhen Wang and Yuanzhi Cheng
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:93
  19. A metagenomic whole genome shotgun sequencing approach was used for rhizospheric soil micribiome of the wild plant Abutilon fruticosum in order to detect antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) along with their antibi...

    Authors: Wafa A. Alshehri, Aala A. Abulfaraj, Mashael D. Alqahtani, Maryam M. Alomran, Nahaa M. Alotaibi, Khairiah Alwutayd, Abeer S. Aloufi, Fatimah M. Alshehrei, Khulood F. Alabbosh, Sahar A. Alshareef, Ruba A. Ashy, Mohammed Y. Refai and Rewaa S. Jalal
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:92

    The Correction to this article has been published in AMB Express 2023 13:103

  20. Gray mold is a destructive plant disease caused by a fungal pathogen Botrytis cinerea. The use of plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) has proven to be a promising method to control this disease. Bacillus ...

    Authors: Yinting Xue, Yunge Zhang, Kun Huang, Xiuyan Wang, Mingzhen Xing, Qiaolin Xu and Yanbin Guo
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:91
  21. Exosomes, a subpopulation of Extracellular vesicles (EVs), are cell-secreted vesicles found in the majority of biological fluids, including breast milk, tears, sweat, blood and, urine. The density and size of ...

    Authors: Dikshita Panwar, Deepali Shrivastava, Arvind Kumar, Lavleen Kumar Gupta, N. S. Sampath Kumar and Anjani Devi Chintagunta
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:90
  22. Bacillus licheniformis and its related strains have found extensive applications in diverse industries, agriculture, and medicine. However, the current breeding methods for this strain primarily rely on natural s...

    Authors: Fang Xue, Xufan Ma, Cheng Luo, Dongliang Li, Guiyang Shi and Youran Li
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:89
  23. Chytridiomycosis, caused by the chytrid fungus Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd), has caused extreme losses in amphibian biodiversity. Finding bacteria that produce metabolites with antifungal properties may tu...

    Authors: János Ujszegi, Zsófia Boros, András Fodor, Balázs Vajna and Attila Hettyey
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:88
  24. A large number of nicotine-containing wastes produced during the tobacco manufacturing process are seriously harmful to the environment and human health. The degradation and transformation of nicotine-containi...

    Authors: Ke Zhang, Mingshen Yin, Shengwei Lei, Hongxin Zhang, Xiaoyan Yin and Qiuhong Niu
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:87
  25. Antibiotic resistance has become one of the inevitable barrier in aquaculture disease management. Herbal drugs has evolved to be the novel ways of combating drug resistant pathogens. In the current investigati...

    Authors: M. V. N. Sravya, G. Simhachalam, N. S. Sampath Kumar, K. Govindarao, T. Rahul Sandeep and D. Divya
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:86
  26. Enterococcus faecalis is one of the main pathogens that causes hospital-acquired infections because it is intrinsically resistant to some antibiotics and often is capable of biofilm formation, which plays a criti...

    Authors: Chunyan Fu, Yuxi Xu, Hao Zheng, Xinyi Ling, Chengzhi Zheng, Leihao Tian, Xiaobin Gu, Jiabei Cai, Jing Yang, Yuanyuan Li, Peiyu Wang, Yuan Liu, Yongliang Lou and Meiqin Zheng
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:85
  27. Yarrowia lipolytica has been explored as a potential production host for flavonoid synthesis due to its high tolerance to aromatic acids and ability to supply malonyl-CoA. However, little is known about its abili...

    Authors: Oliver Konzock, Marta Tous-Mohedano, Irene Cibin, Yun Chen and Joakim Norbeck
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:84
  28. Streptomyces lavendulae subsp. lavendulae CCM 3239 (formerly Streptomyces aureofaciens CCM 3239) contains a type II polyketide synthase (PKS) biosynthetic gene cluster (BGC) aur1 whose genes were highly similar t...

    Authors: Dominika Csolleiova, Rachel Javorova, Renata Novakova, Lubomira Feckova, Maria Matulova, Filip Opaterny, Bronislava Rezuchova, Beatrica Sevcikova and Jan Kormanec
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:83
  29. Candida albicans infections are threatening public health but there are only several antifungal drugs available. This study was to assess the effects of dehydrocostus lactone (DL) on the Candida albicans growth ...

    Authors: Jingxiao Zhang, Jian Sun, Yu Zhang, Min Zhang, Xin Liu, Longfei Yang and Yongjie Yin
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:82
  30. Tyrosol, a secondary metabolite of Candida species, regulates fungal morphogenesis, and its application may represent a novel innovative therapy against emerging multi-resistant fungal superbug such as Candida au...

    Authors: Noémi Balla, Ágnes Jakab, Fruzsina Kovács, Ágota Ragyák, Zoltán Tóth, Dávid Balázsi, Lajos Forgács, Aliz Bozó, Farah Al Refai, Andrew M Borman, László Majoros and Renátó Kovács
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:81
  31. Microorganisms play an important role in the tobacco aging process. Before the aging process, raw tobacco leaves must be threshed and redried. In order to explore the differences of microbial community structu...

    Authors: Yifan Zhang, Qiang Xu, Mengmeng Yang, Yue Yang, Jincun Fu, Chenlin Miao, Guiyao Wang, Liwei Hu and Zongyu Hu
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:80
  32. Pseudomonas aeruginosa is an important pathogen that causes serious infections. Bacterial biofilms are highly resistant and render bacterial treatment very difficult, therefore necessitates alternative antibacter...

    Authors: Aliaa Abdelghafar, Amira El-Ganiny, Ghada Shaker and Momen Askoura
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:79
  33. Natural products, such as enzymatic hydrolysates and bioactive peptides from dietary sources, are safe alternatives to synthetic compounds linked to various deleterious effects. The purpose of this study is to...

    Authors: Salmat Adenike Salami, Olukemi Adetutu Osukoya, Olusola Bolaji Adewale, Oludele Odekanyin, Tajudeen Olabisi Obafemi and Adenike Kuku
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:78
  34. The recombinant Yleh from a tropical marine yeast Yarrowia lipolytica NCIM 3589 exhibited a high epoxide hydrolase activity of 9.34 ± 1.80 µmol min-1 mg-1 protein towards 1,2-epoxyoctane (EO), at pH 8.0 and 30 °C...

    Authors: Vijaya P. Godase, V. Ravi Kumar and Ameeta Ravi Kumar
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:77
  35. Arabitol is gaining attention in the food industry as an alternative sweetener owing to its low-caloric and non-cariogenic characteristics. The yeast strain kiy1 was newly isolated from unpasteurized honey for...

    Authors: Kan Iwata, Mayumi Maeda, Yutaka Kashiwagi, Kenji Maehashi and Jun Yoshikawa
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:76
  36. Aerobic hydrogen-oxidizing ‘Knallgas’ bacteria are promising candidates for microbial cell factories due to their ability to use hydrogen and carbon dioxide as the sole energy and carbon sources, respectively....

    Authors: Tytti Jämsä, Petri Tervasmäki, Juha-Pekka Pitkänen and Laura Salusjärvi
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:75
  37. Pig producers have faced considerable economic losses due to porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) infection, emphasizing the need for PEDV antibody development. The S1/S2 junction (S1S2J) cleavage site of th...

    Authors: Nan Huang, Qiaoli Lang, Liping Li, Liangpeng Ge and Xi Yang
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:74
  38. Vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble prohormone that is activated inside the liver to produce 25-hydroxyvitamin D3 (calcidiol), and in the kidney to produce the fully active 1α, 25-dihydroxy vitamin D3 (calcitriol). A pre...

    Authors: Ahmad M. Abbas, Walid F. Elkhatib, Mohammad M. Aboulwafa, Nadia A. Hassouna and Khaled M. Aboshanab
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:73
  39. Polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) is a biodegradable, water-soluble polymer with excellent film forming properties, commonly studied or used as tablet coating, food packaging or controlled release fertilizers. Attract-a...

    Authors: Katharina M. Hermann, Alexander Grünberger and Anant V. Patel
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:72
  40. A novel red-pigmented bacterium was isolated from a water sample collected at Osun River, Ede. Morphological and 16 S rRNA gene sequencing revealed that the bacterium is a strain of Brevundimonas olei, while its ...

    Authors: Olumide D. Olukanni, Temitope Abiola, Jonathan B. Dada, Peter A. Dare, Femi Ayoade and Adedayo T. Olukanni
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:71
  41. The aim of the study was to evaluate the association between salivary anti-Porphyromonas gingivalis IgA antibodies and the leprosy reaction. The levels of salivary anti - P. gingivalis IgA antibodies, together wi...

    Authors: Michelle Miranda Lopes Falcão, Johelle Santana Passos-Soares, Paulo Roberto Lima Machado, Isaac Suzart Gomes-Filho, Lucas Pedreira de Carvalho, Elisangela Jesus de Campos, Mariana Costa Calheira, Patrícia Mares de Miranda, Rebeca Pereira Bulhosa Santos, José Tadeu Raynal Rocha Filho, Antonio Pedro Froes de Farias, Taiana Peixoto, Roberto Meyer Nascimento, Gregory John Seymour and Soraya Castro Trindade
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:70
  42. Endophytic fungi allied to plants have sparked substantial promise in discovering new bioactive compounds. In this study, propagation of the endophytic fungus Alternaria alternata HE11 obtained from Colocasia esc...

    Authors: Heba T. Khazaal, Mohamed T. Khazaal, Ahmed S. Abdel-Razek, Ahmed A. Hamed, Hassan Y. Ebrahim, Reham R. Ibrahim, Mokhtar Bishr, Yara E. Mansour, Rabab A. El Dib and Hesham S. M. Soliman
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:68
  43. Helicobacter pylori is one of the most common bacteria affecting human societies worldwide, and is mainly associated with gastrointestinal complications due to different virulence factors. This study aimed to inv...

    Authors: Ebrahim Gholamhosseinzadeh, Hossein Ghalehnoei, Arash Kazemi Veisari, Somayeh Sheidaei and Hamid Reza Goli
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:67
  44. Yogurt is a fermented food obtained by the bacterial fermentation of milk. In the present work, the effect of different concentrations (1, 3 and 5% w/w) of coriander (Coriandrum sativum) seed powder on physicoche...

    Authors: Naiema Vakili Saatloo, Tooraj Mehdizadeh, Javad Aliakbarlu and Rahele Tahmasebi
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:66
  45. Candida albicans is a highly drug-resistant fungus for which new treatments are urgently needed due to the lack of clinically effective options. In this study, we evaluated the antifungal activity and mechanism o...

    Authors: Lin Lin, Yue Zhuo, Qiran Dong, Chunjun Yang, Cheng Cheng and Taofeng Liu
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:65
  46. Hyaluronic acid (HA), composed of glucuronic acid (GlcUA) and N-acetyl glucoseamine (GlcNAc), is a versatile biopolymer with high commercial value and innumerous physiological roles and pharmaceutical applicat...

    Authors: Shadi Afrasiabi, Fatemeh Sadat Amjad Zanjani, Gholamreza Ahmadian, Reza Ahangari Cohan and Malihe Keramati
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:63
  47. Duck adenovirus 3 (DAdV-3), a newly emerged duck adenovirus, has resulted in significant economic losses to the duck industry across China since 2014. However, little is known about the B cell epitopes in majo...

    Authors: Yun Lin, Wenyuan Zhang, Jing Xie, Weikang Wang, Quan Xie, Tuofan Li, Hongxia Shao, Aijian Qin, Zhimin Wan and Jianqiang Ye
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:62
  48. Rapid and successful clinical diagnosis and bacterial infection treatment depend on accurate identification and differentiation between different pathogenic bacterial species. A lot of efforts have been made t...

    Authors: Dina Arabi, Omnia Hamdy, Mahmoud S. M. Mohamed, Zienab Abdel-Salam and Mohamed Abdel-Harith
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:61

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AMBE Call for Editor-in-Chief

Springer Nature announces an opportunity for an exceptional candidate to serve as Editor-in-Chief for the journal AMB Express (AMBE).

AMBE is a high-quality Open Access journal that brings together research in the area of Applied and Industrial Microbiology with a particular interest in 'White Biotechnology' and 'Red Biotechnology'. The emphasis is on processes employing microorganisms, eukaryotic cell cultures or enzymes for the biosynthesis, transformation and degradation of compounds. This includes fine and bulk chemicals, polymeric compounds and enzymes or other proteins. Downstream processes are also considered. Integrated processes combining biochemical and chemical processes are also published.
Reports on the use of new procedures or tools in a clinical setting are only considered for publication if microorganisms, viruses, enzymes or other proteins from microorganisms or metabolites of microorganisms are involved as crucial and central part of the new procedure or tool.

The journal Impact Factor (2022) is 3.7, and it received over a million article downloads in 2023.

The current Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Alexander Steinbüchel, will conclude his term of office in December 2024, and we are looking to recruit a successor who would start working in early autumn 2024 with a gradual handover of duties from the current editor and become fully installed as of January 2025.
The appointment will be for a three-year term and includes an annual editorial stipend. The position is open to highly regarded experts in applied microbiology with international recognition and proven scientific leadership in a renowned academic or research institution. 

Candidates should have a PhD or equivalent degree and be able to demonstrate a strong research and publication record. Prior experience in peer-review activities and other editorial functions is highly desirable. We are searching for a motivated and enthusiastic scientist with a vision of growing and developing the journal to serve the scientific community even better.

Responsibilities include working alongside the Associate Editors to manage the peer review of manuscripts under consideration by the journal, closely collaborating with the publisher to select Editors and the Editorial Board, and commissioning submissions in areas of interest and scope. The Editor-in-Chief will work routinely with Springer Nature on journal development with the goal of furthering the journal’s impact and reach.

Responsibilities of the Editor-in-Chief include:
●    Working in consultation with the Journal Editors or other Editors that may be appointed, the Editor-in-Chief will exercise control of the editorial development and editorial content of the journal and oversees the application of high editorial standards to all published contributions. 

●    Supplying the Publisher with refereed and accepted manuscripts and other editorial material, prepared in accordance with the guidelines to authors.

●    In consultation with Publisher, selecting Editors and an Editorial Board that provides both international representation and diverse expertise.

●    Soliciting high quality reviews and other commissioned content on topics of interest.

●    If they desire, to periodically select Guest Editors who shall be responsible for soliciting and acquiring manuscript for topical collections.

●    To use their best efforts to promote and to assist the Publisher in promoting the journal at relevant meetings, online and within the appropriate scientific communities.

●    Checking the content of the journal with a view to ensuring that there are no material infringing editorial policies. They will also promptly inform the Publisher of any resulting issues, and be available to discuss and support resulting issues.

●    Supporting ongoing diversity and inclusion goals in helping to ensure the journal is reflective of the global community that it serves.

●    Adhering to standards of editorial good practice, as defined in the Publisher’s Code of Conduct for Editors-in-Chief. The Code is based on guidelines and best practice recommendations issued by organizations such as the Committee of Publication Ethics (COPE).

●    Participating in Springer Nature’s Transfer Service by offering the transfer option, where appropriate, to authors whose manuscripts have been rejected from the journal, and considering manuscripts received by through the Transfer Service. 

●    Participating in regular meetings with the Publisher as well as an Annual Editorial Board meeting, to discuss the ongoing development of the journal and to set and accomplish journal development goals.

All applications should be sent to Barbara Zöhrer, Senior Publisher, at by 15 May 2024.

Candidates should include the following documents with their formal application:
•    Cover letter (max. 2 pages) summarizing their qualifications and motivation, including an explanation why they consider themselves suitable for the position. 
•    Curriculum vitae (max. 3 pages) including relevant publications and achievements.
•    Vision statement (max. 3 pages) addressing the following points:
-    Analysis of the current situation of AMB Express
-    Vision and strategy for further enhancing the journal through editorial aspects
-    Strategy on encouraging and building a supportive and inclusive culture based on the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion for the Editorial Board.