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Current Issues in Molecular Biology     ISSN 1467-3037

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Aims and Scope

Current Issues in Molecular Biology (CIMB) publishes high quality critical reviews and minireviews in all areas of molecular biology, microbiology, genomics and biotechnology. All manuscripts undergo a peer-review process. Manuscripts are judged on the basis of topicality, originality, objectivity, and relevance to a broad readership.

Impact Factor

Impact Factor for 2013 is 6.00 (assigned in June 2014)
5 year Impact Factor is 5.188

Call for Papers

CIMB is currently seeking the submission of reviews and minireviews in all areas of molecular biology and molecular microbiology. Full Submission Details are available. Your manuscript is assured a warm welcome and prompt attention.

Submit a Manuscript to CIMB

Reviews and minireviews should be submitted using our Submission Form. Please note that CIMB does not publish primary research papers.

Subscription Information for CIMB

Current Issues in Molecular Biology (CIMB) is a full Open Access Journal. This means that all articles are freely available online throughout the world, to read, download, copy, distribute, and use, without charge. To provide open access, the cost of producing CIMB is met by charging a publication fee to the authors or research sponsors for each article published.

Current Issues in Molecular Biology     ISSN 1467-3037
A print edition of the journal is available. One volume per year, published each July.
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CIMB Editorial Board

Andrea Cabibbo, University of Rome, Italy
Ram H. Datar, University of Miami, Florida, USA
Hany A. El-Shemy, Cairo University, Egypt
Suzanne Kennedy, MO BIO Laboratories, Carlsbad, USA
Bernd Rehm, Massey University, New Zealand
Matthias Ullrich, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
Karl Wooldridge, University of Nottingham, UK

CIMB Reviewers

CIMB would like to thank the following for services as peer-reviewers for manuscripts submitted to CIMB:

Karen Adelman, Research Triangle Park, USA
Reza Ahmadian
Somaieh Ahmadian, Tabriz University, Iran
Ana Avellón Calvo, Madrid, Spain
Faruku Bande, Malaysia
Subhas Chakrabarty, Southern Illinois University, USA
Huizhong Chen, Food and Drug Administration, USA
Silvo Conticello, Firenze, Italy
Michael Danielsen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Sylvia Duncan, Aberdeen, UK
Paolo Gabrieli, University of Pavi, Italy
Elahm Abouali Galehdari, Ilam, Iran
Christiane Gebhardt, Max-Planck Institute, Germany
Beniam Ghebremedhin, Magdeburg, Germany
Steven D. Goodman, University of Southern California, USA
Turlough F. Guerin, Telstra Corporation, Australia
Sanjay Gupta, University of Idaho, USA
Victor A. Gusev, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Brian Henderson, London, UK
Ichizo Kobayashi, Tokyo, Japan
Timo K. Korhonen, Helsinki, Finland
Athanasios P. Kyritsis, Ioannina, Greece
A. Latifi, Marseille, France
John Lawrence, Environment Canada, Canada
Patrick Lee, Dalhousie University, Canada
Kam Leung, Lakehead University, Canada
Xin Li, New York University, USA
Michaela Loos, University of Gent, Belgium
Reza Mohebi, Ilam, Iran
Frans Peder Nilson, Lund University, Sweden
Hideaki Nojiri, University of Tokyo, Japan
Marie-Paule Norini, University of Haute Alsace, France
John Poté, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Daniel Premkumar, Pittsburgh, USA
Fatemeh Rafii, National Center for Toxicological Research, USA
Pat Reeves, USDA Agricultural Research Service, USA
Yongyu Rui, China
Hoon Ryu, Boston University School of Medicine, USA
Sachdev Sidhu, Toronto, Canada
Edith Sim, University of Oxford, UK
Marc Solioz, University of Bern, Berne, Switzerland
David Spence, Ontario, Canada
N. Srinivasan, University of Madras, India
Olga Tarasenko, Arkansas, USA
Clotilde Thery, Institut Curie, Paris, France
Maria Vehreschild, Köln, Germany
San Ming Wang, University of Nebraska, USA
Yang H. Yun, University of Akron, USA
Igor F. Zhimulev, Novosibirsk, Russia