Journal of Molecular & Translational Research

About JMTR

JMTR is an American online, peer reviewed, independent journal. JMTR is not a non-profit, or an open access or an institutional journal, but for its commitment to advance Translational sciences, the published articles will be made fully accessible to the scientific community. JMTR works on a no profit scale and has made several strides to eliminate publication costs. ​

With emphasis on quality publications, JMTR publishes Original research, Commentaries, Reviews, Case reports and Short communications. The manuscripts published in JMTR would typically highlight areas of research with findings and studies that advance the field of Translational sciences. The journal's scope gives a wide publication choice in many areas of life sciences such as Cell Biology, Bio-Chemistry, Genetics, Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Bio-Technology, Physiology, Immunology, Clinical and Applied Sciences, Pharmacology, and related fields of Life Sciences and Chemical Sciences. The journal accepts submissions from researchers throughout the globe. 

All submitted manuscripts will undergo peer review process, and manuscripts accepted for publication will receive a global "doi" number and will be deposited for indexing in the CrossRef database. Full text access to the published articles will be available online without subscription. Manuscripts accepted for publication will be available for readers globally within 24 hours of receiving the final proofs from the authors. 

Typically, the peer review process will be completed within 4 to 6 weeks. If preferred, the authors may choose for "Quick Peer review" which will be completed and a decision will be made within 3 to 5 business days, excluding the submission date. 

JMTR is abstracted and/or indexed in the global repertoire of manuscripts "CrossRef" with a unique "doi" identification number. In addition, the published manuscripts will also be abstracted and/or indexed in "Google Scholar". As a new journal, JMTR awaits to complete the requirements from NIH-NLM for indexing in Pubmed. JMTR affirms the intent of Creative Commons and credits copyrights to the authors of the published manuscripts.