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Editor-in-Chief :
Dr Roberto Rodríguez Morales
Category : International Journal
Publisher : Bioinfo Publications
ISSN : 0975-3265 (Print)   E-ISSN : 0975-9093 (Online)   Frequency : Quarterly
Impact Factor Value (ICV) : 7.00(2012); 4.28 (2011)       CODEN : AIM
DOI : 10.9735/0975-3265       Abbreviation : Adv in Info Mini
Subject : Information Mining         License :
Instruction for Authors

Peer-Reviewed International Journals
Manuscripts may be submitted openly to the Editor-in-Chief in electronic submission without prior invitation at *Editorial Tracking System or E-Mail-

Editor-in-Chief: Mail-

Compulsory Steps for authors:
* Login and Upload manuscript online to: *Editorial Tracking System [it will helpful carry all editorial process of journal]
* Suggest two reviewer names from journal editorials or your colleagues/acquaintances
* Kindly revise the manuscript as per author instructions [word file] -
* Online Submission of Copyright Form to-

Publication Steps:
1. Preparation of your article as per Manuscript format -
2. Online Manuscript Submission:
3. Review report from editorial [It will take 1-4 week]
4. Resubmission of final draft of your article
5. Publication of PDF copy of your article [It will take 1-2 week]
6. Article publication fee payable by the author/ authors, institution applies for every accepted article, which cover the costs incurred by open access publication
7. After receiving confirmation of remittance (payment); we directly send final published pdf draft of manuscript within working 1-2 weeks and also upload the same online at journal content webpage
8. Confirmation of PDF file and upload online at for indexing [It will take 1-2 week]

Online Manuscript Submission Guideline: *Editorial Tracking System
Click here to submit Article / Manuscript.
Click here to submit copyright form for your article.

General Guidelines:
For full articles, the manuscript, written in English, should not exceed 30 pages in length and for mini-reviews a maximum of 40 pages in length. The manuscript should be typed in single spacing throughout on A-4 or American quarto paper. Soft copies of the manuscript must accompany the original and should be sent to the Editor-in-Chief at his address. All pages should be numbered. Abbreviations should be defined the first time they are used in the manuscript and a list of abbreviations used should also be provided.

Manuscript Organization:
The manuscript should be divided as: *Title, *Affiliation, *Corresponding Author Email, *Abstract, *Keywords, *Main text, *References . The text may be subdivided further according to the areas to be discussed. This should be followed by the Acknowledgement (if any) and Reference sections. The first page should contain the title, the authors names (initials and surname only), with an asterisk in front of the name of the principal author.

Conflict of Interest: Financial contributions to the work being reported should be clearly acknowledged, as should any potential conflict of interest.

Abstract: The abstract should not exceed 250 words and it should condense the essential features of the article, with the focus on the background, methodology, results, conclusions and major advances in the field.
Key Words: Authors must supply up to eight key words along with their manuscript.
Text: The main text should begin on a separate page and it may be subdivided into separate sections. The article should mention any previous important in the field and contain a comprehensive discussion starting with the general background of the field. It should then go on to discuss the salient features of recent developments. The authors should avoid presenting material which has already been published in previous reviews. The reference numbers should be given in square brackets in the text. Acknowledgements should be kept to a minimum.

a. Data Tables should be submitted in Microsoft Excel or in Microsoft Word table format.
b. Each table should include a title/caption explaining what the table shows. Detailed legends may then follow.
c. Tables should be given on separate pages with indications on the left hand margin to the text, as to the appropriate placement of the tables.
d. Tables should not contain vertical rules.
e. Columns and rows of data should be made visibly distinct by ensuring the borders of each cell display as black lines.
f. Tables should be numbered consecutively in order of their citation in the body of the text, with Arabic numerals.
g. If a reference is cited in both the table and text, insert a lettered footnote in the table to refer to the numbered reference in the text.
h. Tabular data provided as additional files can be submitted as an Excel spreadsheet.

Diagrams / Figures / Illustrations:
All authors must strictly follow the guidelines below for preparing illustrations for publication in Journal

Editorial Requirements:
The quality of the illustrations printed in the journal largely depends on the quality of the Diagrams / figures/illustration provided by the author. In preparing artwork or graphics for publication, keep in mind the following points.
a. Submit the original artwork or a photographic print of the original for publication.
b. Manuscript submitted openly to the Editor-in-Chief in electronic submission without prior invitation at *Editorial Tracking System or E-Mail-
c. Illustrations should be provided as separate page, after the text content in same doc files, not embedded in the text.
d. Remove all color from graphics except for those illustrations (Greyscale), which are intended to be printed in color.
e. Kindly revised the manuscript as per author instructions [word file] -
f. Figures should be referred to as 'Fig. 1-', 'Fig. 2-' etc. in the text with figure numbers in bold within round bracket.
g. Revised manuscripts should contain a complete set of artwork and photographs.

Technical Details:
Figures should be provided on high quality, white, smooth opaque paper.

Resolution and Format:
a. The following file formats can be accepted (Preference in order of appearance): TIFF, JPEG, GIF, PDF.
b. Whenever possible, submit graphics that do not have to be reduced to fit the standard figure size or alternatively, submit the figures in their original program in which they have been drawn.
c. Use the best resolution available. For online submission the maximum resolution is 300 dpi.
d. Avoid textures and shadings giving a three-dimensional effect to the illustration.
e. Symbols and lettering in the illustration should be of similar size.
f. Smaller lettering is used.
g. Font: ARIAL NARROW is preferable. Font size: 10pt (maximum).
h. Line drawings should have clear and sharp lines and should be of uniform density. Moreover, lines should be continuous without any breaks.
i. Do not use lines thinner than 1 point.
j. Illustrations must fit a single or double column format on the journal page, according to the following guideline below:
SINGLE COLUMN 24 cm (max) 8.5 cm (max)
DOUBLE COLUMN 24 cm (max) 18.0 cm (max)

Illustrations and Color Figures:
The cost for the published page of color figures will charge according to publishers [ if author need color prints of their article].
Color figures should be supplied in CMYK not RGB colors.
Required resolution for online submission is 300 dpi. Please use the maximum resolution available. In case the figure(s) are of an inferior quality they will need to be improved either by the author or by the publisher on a charged basis.

Submit high-contrast prints that are of single- or double-column width so that they will not have to be reduced when printed. Negatives are not acceptable.

Chemical Structures:
Chemical structures must be prepared according to the guidelines below.
Structures should be prepared using a suitable drawing program e.g. ChemDraw, Chem-Sketch and provided as separate file, submitted both on disk and in printed formats. Numbers in bold should identify all chemical structure. If a name is also used to describe the compound, the associated number in bold should be in parenthesis, e.g. “compound (1)”.

References: All references must be numbered in the text in square brackets, e.g. [6], or [8, 11-16], in order of citation in the text. Titles of journals are abbreviated according to Chemical Abstract Service Source Index, example: Title of article / paper is not necessary in all references and journal name should be Italic; for example as:

[1] Gomase V.S. and Chitlange N.R. (2010) Global Journal of Biotechnology & Biochemistry, 5 (3), 161-165.
[2] Gomase V.S., Parundekar A.N. (2009) International Journal of Bioinformatics Research & Applications, 5(5), 479-500.
[3] Gomase V.S., Tandale J.P., Patil S.A. and Kale K.V. (2006) 14th International Conference on Advance Computing & Communication, Published by IEEE Computer Society in IEEE Xplore USA, 614-615.
[4] Gomase V.S., Changbhale S.S., Patil S.A. and Kale K.V. (2008) Current Drug Metabolism, 9(1), 88-98.
[5] Gomase V.S. and Changbhale S.S. (2007) Current Proteomics, 4(2), 107-114.
[6] Gomase V.S. (2006) Current Drug Discovery Technologies, 3(3), 225-9.

Abstracts, unpublished data and personal communications (which can only be included if the permission has been obtained) should not be given in the reference section but they may be mentioned in the text with details provided as footnotes. All authors of referenced papers must be cited and there must be no use of the short hand version of et al. when citing the authors.

Submission Declaration to Bioinfo Publications:
Submission of an article implies that the work described has not been published previously (except in the form of an abstract or as part of a published lecture or academic thesis), that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere and its publication is approved by all authors and tacitly or explicitly by the responsible authorities where the work was carried out.

Contributors: The statement that all authors have approved the final article is true, included in the disclosure and approved the manuscript for final publication .


Open Access Model
Open access publishing provides immediate, worldwide, easily accessible, barrier-free access to the full-text of all published articles. Open access allows all interested researchers to view, read, download, print, and redistribute any article without any subscription charges. Open access publishing enable far worldwide distribution of an author's work than the traditional subscription-based publishing model. Many scientists in a variety of research fields have begun to realize the benefits that open access publishing can provide in terms of increasing the impact value, citation of their work.

Article processing charges or Open Access publication charges:
In an open access model, the publication costs of an article are paid from an author's research budget, or by their supporting organization / institution, in the form of Article Processing Charges. These Article Processing Charges replace subscription charges and allow publishers to make the full-text of every published article freely available to all interested readers. In addition, authors who publish in our open access journals retain the copyright of their work enabling the unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction of an article in any medium, provided that the original work is properly cited.

*Revised publication charges effective from 01 Feb 2014*
World Bank Country Classification*
Category: *OA Publication Charges
*Authors from India : : $ 225 = 14625 INR
Low-income economies (91): 345 USD
Middle-income economies (54): 645 USD
High-income economies (70): 845 USD

Country Classification* Publication Charges -
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Bioinfo Publications charge a standard subscription price applicable to all journals. All subscription charges mentioned below are inclusive of delivery charges.

Price for single copy: 150 $ (U.S. DOLLAR)
Price for a complete volume: 425 $ USD (4 issues/volume)
Number of issues: 4 issues/year
Number of copies: 1 copy for each issue
Payment options:
Payment can be made by Bank (Wire) Transfer, International Money Transfer, Western Union Money Transfer, MoneyGram, Xpress Money Transfer, Telephonic Transfer, ACH, Smart Wire, Wire Transfer, FCC/DDs, Easy Transfer (Online transfer), Cheque and Credit Card (Mastercard, Eurocard, Visa or American Express).

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Payment instruction:
1. All payment should be made payable in favor of- 'BIOINFO PUBLICATION'
2. Cancellations: no refunds will be made after the manuscript / pdf / reprints / first issue of the journal for the year has been published. No Refunds of any payment [if payment was already made], after cancellation or withdraw of article from publication process.
3. Convey details- if official delay of payment process
4. After receiving confirmation of remittance; we directly send final published draft of manuscript
5. Kindly apprise us the details of your remittance if you have made any.
6. After receiving confirmation of remittance (payment); we directly send final published pdf draft of manuscript within working 1-2 weeks and also upload the same online at journal content webpage
7. Charges includes online indexing of manuscript
8. Author should take care of plagiarism and strictly avoided

OPEN ACCESS PUBLISHING: Accepted articles can be published online for free open access for all to view, and be deposited by the Publishers in Centralised Databases. Open access publishing provides the maximum dissemination of the article to the largest audience.

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E-PUBLICATIONS Ahead of Schedule: Bioinfo Publications are pleased to offer electronic publication of accepted papers prior to scheduled publication. These peer-reviewed papers can be cited using the date of access and the unique number. Any final changes in manuscripts will be made at the time of print publication and will be reflected in the final electronic version of the issue. Alternatively if not available at the time, be requested by completing the available inquiry form.

DISCLAIMER: Articles appearing in E-Publications Ahead-of-Schedule sections have been peer-reviewed and accepted for publication in this journal and posted online before scheduled publication. Articles appearing here may contain statements, opinions, and technical information that have errors in facts, figures, or interpretation data. Accordingly, Bioinfo Publications, the editors and authors and their respective employees are not responsible or liable for the use of any such inaccurate or misleading data, opinion or information contained of articles in the E-Publications Ahead-of-Schedule.

Manuscript Submission: Manuscripts may be submitted openly to the Editor-in-Chief in electronic submission without prior invitation at *Editorial Tracking System or E-Mail- Authors must provide their full address, telephone and Fax numbers with E-Mail address with all submissions.

For expedient and speedy reviewing of author's manuscripts, authors are strongly advised to include the DOC file of their article / paper as per author instructions [word file] -

You may, however, still submit your manuscripts through conventional surface mail. A successful electronic submission of a manuscript will be followed by a system-generated acknowledgement to the principal/corresponding author within 72 hours of the online electronic submission of their manuscript. Any queries therein should be addressed to

Reviewing and Promptness of Publication: All papers submitted for publication will be immediately subjected to editorial scrutiny, usually in consultation with members of the Editorial Board. Every effort will be made to assess the papers quickly and the decision conveyed to the authors normally within 1-4 weeks of the receipt of the paper. The papers will be typeset and the proofs dispatched to the authors normally within 1-2 weeks of their acceptance. Please provide your telephone and Fax numbers with your E-Mail address with all submissions.

Language Editing: Manuscripts submitted containing many English typographical errors will not be published. Authors from non-English language countries are advised to use the services of our professional language editing department prior to submitting their manuscript to the Journal.

PDF draft publication: *After receiving confirmation of remittance (payment); we directly send final published PDF draft of manuscript within working 1-2 weeks and also upload the same online at journal content webpage.

Published PDF copy: Each first named author will receive by e-mail a free copy of their article as a PDF file. The PDF file is a watermarked version of the published article which is exclusively for the author's own use. First named authors may also order a personal print and subscription of the journal at the normal subscription rate by contacting the subscription department at e-mail:

Copyright: It is a condition of publication that manuscripts submitted to this journal have not been published and will not be simultaneously submitted or published elsewhere. Plagiarism is strictly forbidden, and by submitting the article for publication the authors agree that the publishers have the legal right to take appropriate action against the authors, if plagiarism is discovered. By submitting a manuscript the authors agree that the copyright of their article is transferred to the publishers if and when the article is accepted for publication.

Editorial Policy:
Communicated articles / papers must be submitted with the understanding that they have not been published elsewhere (except in the form of an abstract or as part of a published lecture or thesis) and are not currently under consideration by another journal published by Bioinfo publications journals or any other publisher. The submitting (Corresponding) author is responsible for ensuring that the article's publication has been approved by all the other coauthors. It is also the authors responsibility to ensure that the articles emanating from a particular institution are submitted with the approval of the necessary institution. Only an acknowledgment from the editorial office officially establishes the date of receipt. Further correspondence and galley proofs will be sent to the corresponding author(s) before publication unless otherwise indicated. It is a condition for submission of a paper that the authors permit editing of the paper for readability. All inquiries concerning the publication of accepted paper should be addressed to

Regarding Authorship:
Scientific writing is an explicit way of assigning responsibility and giving credit for intellectual work. Scientific writing practices should be judged by how honestly they reflect actual contributions to the final product. Scientific writing is important to the reputation, academic promotion, and grant support of the individuals involved as well as to the strength and reputation of their institution.

Bioinfo publications journals do not require all authors of a research paper to sign the letter of submission, nor do impose an order on the list of authors. Submission to Bioinfo publications is taken by the journal to mean that all the listed authors have agreed all of the contents. The corresponding (submitting) author is responsible for having ensured that this agreement has been attained and for managing all communication between the journal and all co-authors, before and after publication of manuscripts. Any change to the authors list after submission, such as a change in the order of the authors or the deletion or addition of authors needs to be approved by a signed letter from every author.

Co-author contributions note:
Manuscript authors are strongly encouraged to include a statement in the end notes to specify the actual contribution of each coauthor to the completed work. International Bioinfo publications journals allow to coauthors to be specified as having contributed equally to the work being described. Author contribution statement should be clear if the work are not equally done.

About Peer-Review process:
Bioinfo publications journals aims at rapid publication of high quality research while maintaining rigorous but sympathetic peer review process. Manuscripts (other than those that are of insufficient quality or unlikely to be competitive enough for publication) will be peer-reviewed by two or more experts in the fields, and a decision is returned to the authors in about one week. If due to special circumstance, the review process takes more time, authors will be informed by email. Manuscripts with significant results will be reviewed and published at the highest priority and speed. Possible decisions on a manuscript are:

* accepted as it is
* accepted after minor revision
* accepted after major revision
* rejected

If minor revision is required, authors should return a revised version as soon as possible within one week. If major revision is required, authors should return a revised version within two to three weeks.

About duplicate publications:
Material submitted to Bioinfo publications journals must be original and not published or submitted for publication elsewhere. Authors submitting a contribution to Bioinfo publications journals who have related material under consideration or in press elsewhere should upload a clearly marked copy at the time of submission and draw the editor attention to it in their cover letter. If a part of a contribution that an author wishes to submit to Bioinfo publications journals has appeared or will appear elsewhere, the author must specify the details in the cover letter. Consideration by the Bioinfo publications journals is possible if the main result, conclusion, or implications are not apparent from the other work, or if there are other factors, for example if the other work is published in a language other than English.

Author is responsible to get permission from previous publisher or copyright holder if an author is re-using any part of paper (i.e., figure or figures) published elsewhere, or that is copyrighted.
The editors consider all material in good faith that their journals have full permission to publish every part of the submitted material including illustrations.

Plagiarism in manuscript:
Plagiarism in manuscript is the use or close imitation of the language and ideas of another author and representation of them as ones own original published work. Duplicate publication, sometimes called self-plagiarism, occurs when an author reuses substantial parts of his or her own published work without providing the appropriate references. This can range from getting an identical paper published in multiple journals, where authors add small amounts of new data to a previous paper.
Plagiarism in manuscript can be said to have clearly occurred when large chunks of text have been cut and pasted. Such manuscripts would not be considered for publication in Bioinfo publications journals. But minor plagiarism without dishonest intent is relatively frequent, for example when an author reuses parts of an introduction from an earlier paper. The editors will judge any case of which they become aware (either by their own knowledge of and reading about the literature, or when alerted by referees) on its own merits.
If a case of plagiarism comes to light after a paper is published in Bioinfo publications journals, the journal will conduct a preliminary investigation. If plagiarism is found, the journal will contact the author institute and funding agencies. A determination of misconduct will lead the Bioinfo publications journals to run a statement, bidirectionally linked online to and from the original paper, to note the plagiarism and to provide a reference to the plagiarized material. The paper containing the plagiarism will also be obviously marked on each page of the PDF. Depending on the extent of the plagiarism, the paper may also be formally retracted.

Editor in Chief
Bioinfo publications