Ongoing collections

Microbial Cell Factories publishes four ongoing collections of research articles and reviews, covering subjects of continued interest and significance. Please see the collections list page for details on each series, and on how to submit to them.

Articles

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2016

Thematic series
Microbial food biotechnology
Edited by: Prof Maria Papagianni
Collection published: 3 May 2016


2014

Thematic series
Systems biotechnology and metabolic engineering
Edited by: Prof Sang Yup Lee
Collection published: 19 June 2014


Thematic series
Added Value Chemicals and Biofuels
Edited by: Prof Akihiko Kondo
Collection published: 9 June 2014


Thematic series
Yeast biotechnology
Microbial Cell Factories
Edited by: Prof Diethard Mattanovich
Collection published: 6 May 2014


Thematic series
Recombinant protein quality: approaches for the quantitative evaluation of functional and structural features of purified proteins and antibodies
Edited by: Prof Ario de Marco
Collection published: 11 April 2014


Cross journal collection
Reviewer acknowledgements 2013
Collection published: 26 February 2014

Aims and scope

Microbial Cell Factories is an open access peer-reviewed journal that covers any topic related to the development, use and investigation of microbial cells as producers of recombinant proteins and natural products, or as catalyzers of biological transformations of industrial interest. Microbial Cell Factories is the world leading, primary research journal fully focusing on Applied Microbiology.

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