Open Access Genetics
at Taylor & Francis
Taylor & Francis has a wide-ranging Open Access microbiology portfolio, offering an outlet for disseminating basic, translational and clinical research. Our broad scope titles, such as Virulence and Emerging Infections and Microbes encourage submissions of interdisciplinary research, whilst our more specialist titles, such as Mycobiology, provide a more focused forum.
Each journal has a rigorous peer review process that will validate your research, providing constructive feedback to publish the best version of your manuscript. Browse the relevant titles below and find out more about each journal.
Mitochondrial DNA Part A publishes original high-quality manuscripts on physical, chemical, and biochemical aspects of mtDNA and proteins involved in mtDNA metabolism, and/or interactions.
Manuscripts on cytosolic and extracellular mtDNA, and on dysfunction caused by alterations in mtDNA integrity as well as methodological papers detailing novel approaches for mtDNA manipulation in vitro and in vivo are welcome. Descriptive papers on DNA sequences from mitochondrial genomes, and also analytical papers in the areas of population genetics, phylogenetics and human evolution that use mitochondrial DNA as a source of evidence for studies will be considered for publication. The Journal also considers manuscripts that examine population genetic and systematic theory that specifically address the use of mitochondrial DNA sequences, as well as papers that discuss the utility of mitochondrial DNA information in medical studies and in human evolutionary biology. Submit your research.
Mitochondrial DNA Part B: Resources publishes high quality Mitochondrial DNA Announcement Papers (short reports on whole mitochondrial DNA genomes) and Short Communications. It is the open access sister journal to Mitochondrial DNA Part A.
The journal considers high-quality short communications (mitocommunications) on the following topics:
- Physical, chemical, and biochemical aspects of mtDNA and proteins involved in mtDNA metabolism, and/or interactions
- Population genetics, phylogenetics and human evolution that use mitochondrial DNA as a source of evidence for studies
- Human mitochondrial disorders and the utility of mitochondrial DNA information in medical studies
- Unique methodological or algorithmic approaches to the analysis of mtDNA data sets.