German Journal of Microbiology

Bibliographic information
  • Name: German Journal of Microbiology
  • Abbreviation: Ger. J. Microbiol.
  • Frequency: Issuely
  • Review Process: Peer reviewed
  • ISSN: 2749-0149

The German Journal of Microbiology (ISSN 2749-0149) is an international, scientific, peer-reviewed journal on Microbiology published issuely online by GMPC, The German Multidisciplinary Publishing Center. The journal publishes high quality and novel research and review articles focusing on all topics related to microbiology. The Ger. J. Microbiol. covers all aspects of research on bacterial, viral, and fungal diseases of either humans or non-humans’ origin. Original research articles of high quality and novelty on aspects of diagnosis, detection, host response, pathogenesis, control, prevention, and treatment of microbial diseases in humans and animals are accepted. Research topics related to plant and environmental microbiology are considered. The Ger. J. Microbiol. will also consider research on microbes of non-human origins such as food, water, soil, and the environment if the infections are of interest due to their interrelation with humans (zoonoses). The journal will accept all types of articles and have no restrictions on the manuscripts' length, however, the text should be concise and comprehensive. All manuscripts are peer-reviewed, and a first decision provided to authors approximately three weeks after submission. Submitted manuscripts to the Ger. J. Microbiol. journal should neither be published previously nor be under consideration for publication in another journal and website.
The Ger. J. Microbiol. is an open-access journal; however, we don't want to make the payment capability a barrier. A complete or partial waiver is possible if you or your institution are unable to cover the costs, and if the request has been sent to the editorial office during submission explaining the reasons for your request.

Peer review process

The peer review process is a critical factor for high quality of scientific research. The Ger. J. Microbiol. uses double-blind review. Manuscripts suitable for review will be reviewed by at least two expert reviewers selected by the Editor-in-Chief. All manuscripts are peer-reviewed, and a first decision provided to authors approximately three weeks after submission.

English language editing

English language editing will be done by expert/editors after receipt of article processing charge. However manuscript must be of good quality English at the time of submission. The English language editing will be done free of cost.