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- Your research will be more discoverable
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Your published article can be discovered and read for free by anyone, anywhere in the world. Articles published open access on our platform are read eight times more than articles published in a traditional subscription journal
- Your research gains a recognized stamp of quality
Our robust peer review process assures readers that the journal only includes valuable new research
Aims & Scope
As the first Open Access journal in its field, Journal of Oral Microbiology aims to be an influential source of knowledge on the aetiological agents behind oral infectious diseases. Of particular relevance are papers dealing with pathogenesis, virulence, host-parasite interactions, and immunology of oral infections. Moreover, papers suggesting improved strategies for treatment and prevention and new strategies where none exist are welcome, as well as work addressing the global agenda of oral infectious diseases and papers that seek to understand 'oral health'.
The journal is seeking original papers, notes, review articles, minireviews and commentaries on the following topics:
- oral health
- host-pathogen interactions
- oral infections
- aetiologic agents
- systemic diseases
- ecology/environmental microbiology
- basic oral microbiology
The standard article publishing charge (APC) for this journal is: €2100/$2373/£1827, for up to 7 pages. Articles exceeding 7 typeset pages incurs an additional charge of: €70/$79/£61 per page. Depending on your location, these charges may be subject to local taxes.
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- Editor-in-Chief: Ingar Olsen, University of Oslo, Norway
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Click on the links below to gain access to recently published papers from Journal of Oral Microbiology.
Chronic Porphyromonas gingivalis infection accelerates the occurrence of age-related granules in ApoE–/– mice brains
- Sim K. Singhrao, Sasanka Chukkapalli, Sophie Poole, Irina Velsko, St John Crean & Lakshmyya Kesavalu
- M. M. Janus, W. Crielaard, C. M. C. Volgenant, M. H. van der Veen, B. W. Brandt & B. P. Krom
- Daniel Belstrøm, Palle Holmstrup, Nils-Erik Fiehn, Nikolai Kirkby, Alexis Kokaras, Bruce J. Paster & Allan Bardow
- Mette Rose Jørgensen, Camilla Kragelund, Peter Østrup Jensen, Mette Kirstine Keller & Svante Twetman