Molecular Neurodegeneration is a platform that offers a peer-reviewed journal which comprises of all sorts of neurodegeneration research at both molecular and cellular levels. This peer-reviewed journal is a system that is used to asses all manuscripts before they are published. This will make it easier for editors to determine whether the written manuscript should be used in the journal.
Neurodegenerative diseases are neurological disorders that arise from neurodegeneration. Some of these disorders include; Huntington’s diseases, prion diseases, Alzheimer’s diseases, Parkinson’s disease and many more. Most of these disorders are commonly associated with aging or some degree of dementia. This has become a public health concern due to the fact that humans continue to grow older and older thus leading to population growth particularly the aging community. Here are some of the main reasons why you should publish your manuscript in molecular neurodegeneration.
Molecular Neurodegeneration can be very beneficial for anyone who want to promote their articles. All articles published here are included in regular email updates as well as in article alerts. Additionally these articles can also be promoted by various press releases to the scientific or general press.
2. Its Flexible
One of the main benefits of using Molecular Neurodegeneration is that it gives you the freedom and opportunity to present all sorts of data as long as they can be clearly read directly by software packages. This will give the readers an opportunity to manipulate data for themselves without wasting much of their time and to create relevant links.
3. Speed of Publication
Molecular neurodegeneration also offers a vast publication schedule and maintaining a rigorous peer review. All articles are submitted online, and a peer review is then managed electronically. This articles will be presented in PDF form which are automatically generated from the uploaded files. After the article is approved, it will be published in a fully browsable website form including in PDF.