The American Society for Microbiology has published the first issue of its new online-only, open access journal,Genome Announcements™, focusing exclusively on reports of microbial genome sequences.
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ASM is pleased to announce the launch of Genome AnnouncementsTM, a new online-only, fully open access journal. This title publishes brief reports of microbial genome sequences that have been deposited in GenBank® and other publicly available databases. The journal's full scope is detailed in the Instructions to Authors. Genome Announcements will be posted online on a continuous basis and will be collected as bimonthly issues throughout the year. Articles published in Genome Announcements fully meet the open-access requirements of funding agencies such as the NIH and Wellcome Trust.
In 2010, the Society launched its first open-access journal, mBio® , which seeks to publish the best and most important science across all areas of microbiology. mBio offers rapid review and publication of microbial research, and is designed to provide immediate access to high-impact, cutting-edge science. The journal publishes new articles weekly, and is indexed in MEDLINE® and 30+ indexing services. In 2012, mBio received its initial Impact Factor of 5.311.
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