Non-Coding RNA — Open Access Journal

Non-Coding RNA (ISSN 2311-553X) is an international peer-reviewed open access journal on non-coding RNA research dealing with elucidating the structure, function and biology of regulatory non-coding RNAs. Non-Coding RNA is published quarterly online by MDPI. Cardiolinc is affiliated with Non-Coding RNA.
  • Open Access: free for readers, free publication for well-prepared manuscripts submitted in 2018.
  • High visibility: Indexed in BIOSIS Previews (Web of Science) and Scopus. Citations available in PubMed, full-text archived in PubMed Central.
  • Rapid publication: manuscripts are peer-reviewed and a first decision provided to authors approximately 19 days after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken in 4.7 days (median values for papers published in the first six months of 2018).
  • Recognition of reviewers: reviewers who provide timely, thorough peer-review reports receive vouchers entitling them to a discount on the APC of their next publication in any MDPI journal, in appreciation of the work done.

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2 October 2018
MDPI Welcomes Plan S

Special Issues

Special Issue in ncRNA
Non-Coding RNA and Brain Tumors Guest Editor: Agnieszka M Bronisz
Deadline: 1 December 2018
Special Issue in ncRNA
Non-Coding RNAs, from an Evolutionary Perspective Guest Editors: Claire Rougeulle, Yehu Moran
Deadline: 13 December 2018
Special Issue in ncRNA
Regulation of Alternative Splicing through Long Noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) Guest Editor: Michael Ladomery
Deadline: 31 December 2018
Special Issue in ncRNA
Non-Coding RNA, Fibrogenesis, and Fibrotic Disease Guest Editor: Johanna K. DiStefano
Deadline: 31 January 2019

Topical Collections

Topical Collection in ncRNA
Non-Coding RNA Methods Collection Editors: Piero Carninci, Florent Hubé
Topical Collection in ncRNA
Regulatory RNAs in Cardiovascular Development and Disease Collection Editors: Yvan Devaux, Clarissa Pedrosa da Costa Gomes

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