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Microbiome

Microbiome

Editor-in-Chief: Elizabeth Wellington
Editors-in-Chief: Jacques Ravel

ISSN: 2049-2618 (electronic version)

Journal no. 40168

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  • The home for all areas of microbiome research including human, animal and environmental research
  • Ranked Q1 in microbiology category of JCR
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Bringing together the communities working in the environmental, animal and biomedical microbiome arenas, Microbiome is a forum for presenting the very latest research and methodologies, as well as discussing current and future trends in microbiome research. With an expert international Editorial Board, Microbiome promotes collaboration and foster common scientific objectives across a broad cross-section of sub-disciplines within microbial ecology. 

Related subjects » Ecology - Medical Microbiology - Microbiology - Systems Biology and Bioinformatics

Impact Factor: 9.133 (2017) * 

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    The central purpose of Microbiome is to unite investigators conducting microbiome research in environmental, agricultural, and biomedical arenas.

    Topics broadly addressing the study of microbial communities, such as, microbial surveys, bioinformatics, meta-omics approaches and community/host interaction modeling will be considered for publication. Through this collection of literature Microbiome hopes to integrate researchers with common scientific objectives across a broad cross-section of sub-disciplines within microbial ecology.

     

    Additional Instructions for Authors for Microbiome

    Nomenclature of organisms: Bacterial names should be written according to the guidelines of the American Society for Microbiology and the Journal of Bacteriology. Essentially, the names of all microbial taxa (kingdom, phyla, class, order, family, genus, species, and subspecies) should be italicized in the manuscript and the figures. Do not italicize strain designations or numbers.

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