BIOINFORMATION published by Biomedical Informatics since 2005

This is an Open Access Journal which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly credited.

This is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License.


About this journal
Bioinformation (Online ISSN 0973-2063; Print ISSN 0973-8894) is a scientific journal publishing research articles in biological knowledge discovery after full peer review. It is a transparent media for scholarly communication of scientific information in biology. All articles are published, without barriers to access, immediately upon acceptance.


Aim and Scope
Bioinformation publishes original research articles in all aspects of biological knowledge discovery through mathematical and computational analysis of biological data. The journal specifically invites articles describing new biological insights based on primary or derived data.


Biology aspect of Bioinformation
Agriculture, Biochemistry, Botany, Biomedicine, Cancer Biology, Cell Biology, Clinical Medicine, Immunology, Infectious diseases, Inflammation, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Molecular Evolution, Structural Biology, Tissue Engineering, Transplantation and Zoology


Information aspect of Bioinformation
Data cleaning, data storage, data representation, data retrieval, data analysis and knowledge extraction


Enabling Technologies
By definition, articles describing databases, datasets, prediction servers, prediction models and computer programs are classified under enabling technologies.


Publication of research articles by Bioinformation is dependent primarily on their novelty, relevance and coherence, as judged by editors and peer reviewers.


Bioinformation offers a very fast publication schedule whilst maintaining rigorous editorial and peer review. First decision is made within 15 days. Author suggested


Article Processing Charge

There is NO article processing charge for Bioinformation. However, Open Access Charge is applicable. Please be informed that BIOINFORMATION is open access (OA) only journal and closed access option is NOT available.


Open access (GOLD)
BIOINFORMATION is open access (GOLD).

Open access (OA) contribution (effective November 1, 2020)

An open access (OA) contribution of USD 1000 (Production; indexing; CROSSREF DOI, open access charge;

Editorial expenses and maintenance charges) is applicable. This helps readers around the world to download articles

from BIOINFORMATION for free of cost. Please be informed that OA contribution is applicable only for those manuscripts found suitable for publication in

the journal after administrative checking followed by editorial and (or) peer reviews. We provide adequate discount upon kind request where feasible and applicable.



OA Charges are applicable only for those manuscripts found suitable for publication in the journal.


Volumes, issues, page numbers
All papers published in Bioinformation will be assigned a volume number, an issue number and page numbers.


Submission of manuscripts
Manuscripts must be submitted to the editors using online ScholarOne manuscript submission system. Full details of how to submit a manuscript are given in author guidelines.


Journal Start date
February 1, 2005


Monthly (updated April 2019)


Document type
Journal; Academic/Scholarly


Document format




Review Process

All manuscripts submitted to BIOINFORMATION is subjected to editorial (ONE or more) screening and/or peer (ONE or more) review where required.


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The journal content is indexed in databases like PubMed Central (PMC), PubMed,
Emerging Sources Citation Index (Web of Science), CROSS REF DOI, CITE FACTOR, UGC CARE and EBSCO.


Publishing Ethics
The journal adheres to COPE guidelines on publishing ethics as described elsewhere at
The authors should declare that the manuscript submitted to the journal does not violate any form of “ethics in publishing”. 
It is the responsibility of the corresponding author that the “final content” of the “manuscript” is seen, read,
understood and agreed by all authors of the manuscript.

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