Insect Molecular Biology
Edited by Zhijian Tu, Mark Paine and Jenn Brisson
Aims and Scope
Insect Molecular Biology has been dedicated to providing researchers with the opportunity to publish high quality original research on topics broadly related to insect molecular biology since 1992. IMB is particularly interested in publishing research in insect genomics/genes and proteomics/proteins.
This includes research related to:
• insect gene structure
• control of gene expression
• localisation and function/activity of proteins
• interactions of proteins and ligands/substrates
• effect of mutations on gene/protein function
• evolution of insect genes/genomes, especially where principles relevant to insects in general are established
• molecular population genetics where data are used to identify genes (or regions of genomes) involved in specific adaptations
• gene mapping using molecular tools
• molecular interactions of insects with microorganisms including Wolbachia, symbionts and viruses or other pathogens transmitted by insects
Papers can include large data sets e.g.from micro-array or proteomic experiments or analyses of genome sequences done in silico (subject to the data being placed in the context of hypothesis testing).
For more information on suitable content for IMB see Editorial here.
IMB in also interested in publishing research associated with whole genome sequencing efforts and sequence consortium coordinators are encouraged to contact the Editors for more information.
To allow for rapid, easily available publication of the latest type of insect molecular research IMB offers:
• Open Access via OnlineOpen
• Free Access for group publications (e.g. genome consortia)
• Accommodation of large supplemental data files
• Rapid on-line publication via Early View
• Free on-line colour illustrations
insect molecular biology, arthropods, biotechnology, drug resistance, entomology, evolutionary biology, genetic, genetics, insecticides, insects, molecular biology, molecular genetics, molecular techniques, phylogeny, insect vectors
Members can 'top up' their journal subscription with an annual 'online access' subscription, costing £42.00 (incl.VAT), which gives access to all the RES journals back files. This top up is subject to one printed copy journal being subscribed to.This top up is subject to one printed copy journal being subscribed to. Members can now subscribe to all seven of the RES journals online for an annual fee of £120.00 (incl.VAT), or an online only subscription of Insect Molecular Biology for £80.00 per annum.
Contribution correspondence to:
Department of Biochemistry, 303 Fralin, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061,USA
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Pembroke Place, Liverpool, L3 5QA
University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 14627 Box ,270211, USA