are choosing to specialize in this area, and significant numbers of experienced physicists are switching the emphasis of their research to work in this interdisciplinary field. To maintain the smooth operation of peer review, we editors try to keep track of the expertise of individual referees. It would be most helpful if members of the community would update their fields of expertise in the database at http://referees.aps.org and recommend younger colleagues. We greatly value our referees' assistance, because we recognize that speed and quality of review is one of the major motivations for submission to Physical Review. We are equally grateful to the Editorial Board members for their advice. Those responsible for biological physics are currently Didier Chatenay and Marcelo Magnasco for Physical Review Letters, and G. Bard Ermentrout,
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Soft Matter, Biological, and Interdisciplinary Physics Biological Physics Letters from
Physical Review Letters (October/November 2005)
October 7, 2005
Volume 95, No. 15 Articles (15xxxx)
Published 3 October 2005 157801
Energy Landscape of a Simple Model for Strong Liquids A. J. Moreno, S. V. Buldyrev, E. La Nave, I. Saika-Voivod, F. Sciortino, P. Tartaglia, and E. Zaccarelli Published 4 October 2005 157802
Elasticity-Mediated Self- Organization and Colloidal Interactions of Solid Spheres with Tangential Anchoring in a Nematic Liquid Crystal I. I. Smalyukh, O. D. Lavrentovich, A. N. Kuzmin, A. V. Kachynski, and P. N. Prasad
Dynamics and Spatial Organization of Endosomes in Mammalian Cells Chinmay Pangarkar, Anh Tuan Dinh, and Samir Mitragotri Published 5 October 2005 158101
Mapping the Phase Diagram of Single DNA Molecule Force-Induced Melting in the Presence of Ethidium