Molecular Life (Mol.Life) is an online peer-reviewed journal intended to swiftly publish original research papers, reviews, short communications and letters to the editor, on various topics of high interest to researchers in molecular life science.
The journal aims to provide scholars and research workers in various fields of molecular life sciences, with a dissemination platform to promptly report original data and metadata resulting from their scientific research. Reports are expected to mainly focus on the investigation of molecular factors and mechanisms underlying physiological and pathophysiological processes in organisms and model biosystems.
The journal covers the following areas of molecular life sciences: Molecular Cell Biology and Biochemistry, Biomolecular Structure and Function, Biomolecular Networks and Interactions and Applied Molecular Life Sciences.
Under these four main sections, the Molecular Life Journal is ready to accommodate reports from topics as diverse as Molecular Cell Biology, Biosynthesis, Biochemical processes and pathways, Signal Transduction, Epigenetics, Structural Biology, Chemical Biology, Glycobiology, Molecular Modelling and Simulation, Drug Design, Molecular Physiology and Pathophysiology, Molecular Immunobiology, Genomics, Proteomics, Interactomics, Metabolomics, Bioinformatics, Molecular basis of infection and Host-Pathogen Interactions, System Biology, Cancer biology, Molecules and disease, Molecular Biotechnologies, Stem cells research, Biomolecular Methods, New Tools and Instrumentation for Molecular Life Sciences.
The editorial team consists of editors with internationally- recognized expertise in all the above fields of molecular life sciences. They are members of established universities and research institutes from Europe and the USA, whose contributions provide a high standard to Molecular Life.
The members of the Molecular Life’s editorial board or external experts will conduct a swift, but thorough manuscript review. The editors are responsible for the initial selection of manuscripts submitted for publication and for inviting referees to participate in the further peer-review process. The acceptance of the manuscript requires the approval of two independent reviewers followed by that of the editor.