About the Journal

Focus and Scope

Journal of Translational Proteomics Research is a scientific journal providing a scholarly forum for novel scientific research in the field of translational proteomics. It covers all areas of human proteomics using multi-disciplinary approaches to untangle complex disease processes .Proteins are fundamental parts of living organisms, as they are the main components of the physiological metabolic pathways of cells. The cause of most human disease lies in the functional dysregulation of protein interactions. Proteomics, which includes the study of cellular protein interactions, has evolved from advances in scientific knowledge and technology.

Our areas of interest are: (but not limited to)

Clinical Proteomics and Personalized medicine
Comparative proteomics and drug development
Medical bioinformatics and biostatistics
Translational Systems Biology and Integrative Bioinformatics

 The goal of this journal is to keep a record of the state-of-the-art research and to promote information and knowledge about Translational Proteomics field. We welcome original research articles, reviews and short communications etc.

Peer Review Process

All submitted manuscripts are read by the members of editorial office. To save time for authors and peer-reviewers, only those papers that seem most likely to meet our editorial criteria are sent for formal peer review. Those papers judged by the editors to be of insufficient general interest or otherwise inappropriate are rejected promptly without external review.

Manuscripts judged to be of potential interest to our readership are sent for formal review, typically to two or three reviewers. The editors then make a decision based on the reviewers' advice, from among several possibilities:

  • Accept as it is
  • Accept with minor changes
  • Accept with major changes, inviting the authors to revise their manuscript to address specific concerns before a final decision is reached
  • Reject

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.