microPublication Biology

Submit A New microPublication

Submit through our online submission portal*! Registration required.

Get Your Findings Out to the Scientific Community

microPublication Biology is currently accepting submissions from the following communities in collaboration with their respective knowledgebase:

  • Caenorhabditis in collaboration with WormBase
  • Drosophila in collaboration with FlyBase
  • Xenopus in collaboration with Xenbase
  • Arabidopsis in collaboration with TAIR
  • S. cerevisiae in collaboration with SGD
  • S. pombe in collaboration with PomBase
  • Zebrafish in collaboration with ZFIN
  • Dictyostelium in collaboration with dictyBase
  • Maize in collaboration with MaizeGDB
  • Mouse in collaboration with MGI
  • Tomato in collaboration with Sol Genomics

Please visit our author guidelinespage for instructions. If you have trouble with our online system, you can download an article template and submit it to us at contact@micropublication.org.

If we don’t currently take submissions from your community, do not despair. microPublication Biology is only able to publish research from communities with a committed interest in our journal and a knowledgebase/database that is willing to collaborate with our journal editors. If you are interested please contact us at contact@micropublication.org


microPublication articles are supposed to be atomized data, from one experiment. However we know that a larger story can be lurking somewhere. Integrations articles allow you to put these data together to expand the narrative into a more cohesive report. These should still be short (1-3 pages) but can include a final experiment that ties everything together. Click here to submit.

Example of Integrations microPublications:

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*Our Submission Portal was developed in collaboration with the Collaborative Knowledge FoundationCoko

microPublication Biology is published by

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The microPublication project is supported by

The National Institute of Health -- Grant #: 1U01LM012672-01

microPublication Biology:ISSN: 2578-9430