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Archives of Clinical and Medical Microbiology Journal(ACMMJ)

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Archives of Clinical and Medical Microbiology publishes the most current research related to medical and clinical research in the field of microbiology with most comprehensive and reliable information in all the disciplines of clinical and translational research in microbiology, treatments and diagnosis.

The journal considers good quality, novel and international articles; the journal covers the clinical microbiology of bacteria, viruses and fungi, as well as antimicrobial treatment of infectious diseases. Apart from the clinical microbiology, the journal also covers molecular mechanisms of pathogenicity, molecular epidemiology, cellular microbiology, clinical microbiology, microbial epidemiology, microbiology ecology and a lot more that falls within the scope of the journal.

Archives of Clinical and Medical Microbiology is an open access, peer-reviewed international journal that publishes original research, review, mini-review, case report, short communication, commentary, image/video article, letter to the editor, systematic review, clinical case report, research article, perspective article, opinion article and all other types of articles.

The journal focuses on information concerning microbes, infectious diseases, clinical and medical microbiology. The journal aims to improve the communication between laboratory and clinical science in the field of clinical and medical microbiology.

All the articles published in the Archives of Clinical and Medical Microbiology are free to access and can be accessed from scholars, researchers and readers from all around the globe. All the articles are immediately available to read, cite and reuse upon publication.

The journal aims to publish articles related to microorganisms and their interaction with hosts and the environment. The journal covers all microbes, including bacteria, fungi, viruses, archaea, and protozoa, infectious diseases of bacterial, viral and parasitic origin, interactions between microbes, prokaryotes and eukaryotes, and their host in the context of pathogenic or mutualistic relationships, including co-infections and microbiota, etc.

We welcome studies on single cells, animals and plants, and encourage the use of model hosts and organoid cultures. Submission on cell and molecular biological aspects of microbes, such as their intracellular organization or the establishment and maintenance of their architecture in relation to virulence and pathogenicity are also encouraged. Contributions must provide mechanistic insights supported by quantitative data obtained through imaging, cellular, and biochemical, structural or genetic approaches. Basic science will be considered, as well as medical and applied research.

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