[Arrays] CFP: International Journal of Integrative Biology (IJIB)

ksakharkar via arrays%40net.bio.net (by ksakharkar from gmail.com)
Wed Jun 6 19:34:16 EST 2007

                               Call for Papers (CFP)
                    International Journal of Integrative Biology (IJIB)

Dear Researcher,

I write to you in my role as Managing Editor of International Journal of
Integrative Biology (IJIB). IJIB (http://www.classicrus.com/IJIB/) is a new
journal and is currently accepting manuscripts for publication. The
International Journal of Integrative Biology (ISSN 0973-8363) is an
interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, free to publish, open-access journal for
biology beyond borders and is set to bridge scientific disciplines and
demonstrate the effectiveness of cross-disciplinary sciences. The journal
aims to bring together manuscripts from biological, medicinal, physical,
chemical, computational, and engineering sciences that address key problems
in biology and biomedicine. It is set to provide a vibrant and unique forum
to present information. and aims to provide the most complete and reliable
source of information on current developments in the field.

The journal welcomes articles from all areas of biological and biomedical
sciences. It specifically encourages articles that transcend traditional
disciplinary boundaries. Such areas include but are not limited to:
Biological data integration, Tools and techniques in biology and
bioinformatics, Computational drug discovery, Systems level approach to
biology, Molecular and cellular biology of animals and plants, Biology of
microbial systems, Microarrays and gene expression, Pattern discovery in
Biology, Gene characterization, Genetic network modeling and inference, RNA
and DNA structure and sequencing, Biomedical engineering, Cheminformatics,
Comparative genomics, Protein modeling, Molecular interactions, Metabolic
modeling and pathways, Nutrigenomics and Grid for Biology.

Manuscripts are selected for publication based on editorial assessment of
their general interest and suitability as well as reports from independent
referees. Contributors are welcome to suggest potential reviewers. Submitted
papers must be original (previously unpublished research results,
experimental or theoretical). All submitted papers will be sent to reviewers
for evaluation on originality, relevance, significance, and readability.

Our objective is to inform authors of the decision on their manuscript
within three weeks of review period. Following acceptance, a paper will
normally be published in the next available online issue.

We ask you to support this initiative by publishing your papers in this
journal. We would also like to request you to circulate this to researchers
/ students working in the field.

Author Guidelines and further details of the publication can be viewed at:


                     Kishore R. Sakharkar (Ph.D.)
                      Managing Editor IJIB
                    ksakharkar from gmail.com

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