Molecular Informatics is a peer-reviewed, international forum for publication of high-quality,
interdisciplinary research on all molecular aspects of bio/cheminformatics and
computer-assisted molecular design. Molecular Informatics succeeded
QSAR & Combinatorial Science in 2010.
Molecular Informatics presents methodological innovations that will lead to a
deeper understanding of ligand-receptor interactions, macromolecular
complexes, molecular networks, design concepts and processes that demonstrate
how ideas and design concepts lead to molecules with a desired structure or
function, preferably including experimental validation.
The journal's scope includes but is not limited to the fields of drug
discovery and chemical biology, protein and nucleic acid engineering and
design, the design of nanomolecular structures, strategies for modeling of
macromolecular assemblies, molecular networks and systems, pharmaco- and
chemogenomics, computer-assisted screening strategies, as well as novel
technologies for the de novo design of biologically active molecules.
As a unique feature Molecular Informatics publishes so-called "Methods Corner" review-type articles which feature important technological concepts and advances within the scope of the journal.
2014 Impact Factor: 1.647
Readership: Computational chemists and biologists; Medicinal, pharmaceutical, organic and biochemists; Chemical and molecular biologists; Pharmacists and pharmacologists; Drug designers; Researchers in the fields of chem/bioinformatics
Online ISSN: 1868-1751
12 issues in 2016.
Language of Publication: English