Department of Medicine Karolinska University Hospital, Center for Molecular Medicine (CMM), Sweden
Nikolaos Papanas, Associate Professor Democritus University of Thrace, Internal Medicine, Greece
The Journal of Microbial Pathogenesis is an open access peer-reviewed Journal aimed at exploring cutting-edge research in cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying infection such as: virulence, microbial adherence, antimicrobial resistance, host resistance, host defense mechanisms, and host-pathogen interactions.
The Journal of Microbial Pathogenesis places special focus on manuscripts discussing: disease progression and transmission; molecular/genetic factors underlying pathogenesis; host-mediated pathogenesis; immune responses to infection; immune deficiencies; cell signaling in pathogen mediated immune response; pathogen-associated microbial patterns (PAMPs); multi drug resistance etc. Studies enhancing our understanding of microbial pathogenesis such as: whole genome sequencing of pathogens; pathogen proteome analyses; pathogen gene-regulatory networks; and large-scale clinical and epidemiological studies, are highly valued.
The Journal specially welcomes studies pertaining to diagnosis and treatment of infections such as: vaccine development; drug discovery; molecular target identification for vaccine/drug development; clinical microbiology; and immunotherapy. It thus, targets microbiologists, virologists, systems biologists, immunologists, clinicians, pathologists, and medical professionals, as its end users.
The Journal of Microbial Pathogenesis is helmed by a competent Editorial Board comprised of globally acclaimed scientists. The Journal publishes high quality research articles, Commentaries, Perspectives, Case Reports, and Reviews of pivotal significance. The Journal of Microbial Pathogenesis takes immense pride in providing the authors with an efficient and unbiased publishing experience. It offers an encouraging platform for the aspiring authors for making their valuable contributions to the field.
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