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DISCOVERIES REPORTS open access, peer-reviewed journal covering all areas related to medicine, biology and chemistry.

DISCOVERIES REPORTS ISSN 2393 – 249X; ISSN–L 2393 – 249X; 

DISCOVERIES REPORTS (ISSN 2393 – 249X; Abbreviated "Discover. Rep.") is a peer-reviewed, open access, online, diverse and integrative journal, publishing inovative and important research findings from all areas related to medicine, biology and chemistry, including but not limited to: Molecular and Cellular Biology, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Biotechnology, Synthetic Biology, Systems Biology, Bioinformatics, Translational Medicine, Medicine/Clinical findings, Epidemiology, Global Medicine, Family Medicine, Organic/Inorganic Chemistry and Ethics in Science. Discoveries Reports published its first articles in 2014.

Review articles should be addressed to a broad audience and designed as comprehensive as possible. They should present not only a summary of the current status of the selected subject, but also new critical insights. Reviews are organized as follows: Abstract, Abbreviations, Table of Content, Main Body of the Manuscript, Conclusion, Acknowledgements and Conflict of Interest. Supplementary material is not recommended, but can be accepted.

Focused reviews/Perspective articles should highlight a cutting edge research topic. Perspectives present author's opinion on future developments related to a specific topic. Usually, these are invited manuscripts. However, we are also encouraging uninvited submissions.

Experimental articles (EA) are of 4 types (EA1-EA4, see below) and should be organized as follows: Abstract, Abbreviations, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Conclusion, Acknowledgements and Conflict of Interest. Supplementary material is reserved only for information that is not critical for understanding of the manuscript. While for EA1 articles we require at least 4 multi-panel figures, EA2, EA3 and EA4 should include at least 3 multi-panel figures.

EA1 present significant advances within a specific field of research related to the aims of the journal.
EA2 are experimental articles that validate/invalidate highly used reagents in current publications (such as antibodies).
EA3 selected experimental articles presenting negative data with impact and of wide scientific interest.
EA4 brief experimental reports: shorter than EA1, present significant advances within a specific field of research related to the aims of the journal.

Editorials present viewpoints of the editors, comment on a specific article previously published in DISCOVERIES or DISCOVERIES REPORTS, or are related to other scientific topics (such as politics of science).
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  • 2015 | Indexed by Google Scholar

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  • 2014 | Discoveries Reports

    DOIs (Digital Object Identifiers) are now assigned to all our published manuscripts in Discoveries Reports. DOI uniquely identifies an article and is provided by CrossRef.

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  • 2014 | DISCOVERIES REPORTS

    We are now ACCEPTING MANUSCRIPTS for DISCOVERIES REPORTS, publishing inovative and important research findings from all areas related to Medicine, Biology and Chemistry. We are also accepting experimental articles that validate/invalidate highly used reagents in current publications (ex. antibodies) and selected articles presenting negative data with impact and of wide scientific interest ...

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