Cellular and Molecular Biology -- from the
Our prestigious list of Editorsarchives going back to Volume 43 in 1997, although most of the years are serving suggestions only, and actually accessible issues do not begin until Vol 60 in 2014.
Cellular and Molecular Biology with the same ISSN identifier (based in France, and non-OMICS), with only 14 Honorary Editors -- 10 living Nobel Laureates and four dead ones, i.e. a 29% postmortem exploitation rate [note Pierre-Gilles de Gennes, d. 2007]. Although there can't be much for them to do: until recent months, the journal followed a
The Author himself searches his own Peer Reviewers (PRs), but has to follow precise indications, staying in contact with them until the end. Each paper needs the acceptance by 2 PRs. One of these PRs should be obligatorily from USA.There is a hybrid funding model, in which contributors are billed with a €185 processing fee, while the journal's readership can pay €35 for access to each article (or €700 for a year subscription). Though not many readers bother with the fees, since the download link to an article is determined by its position in the publishing schedule and the corresponding author's name.
Anyway, the relationship between the rival name-sharing journals is not entirely collegial:
It has to be stated that the cybercriminal robber of my journal, named Maixent, a heavily condemned former professor, ejected from the university like a lousy dog, deprived of all his titles and functions has had the cheek to publish in my journal in an inaccurate and misleading anouncement in favour of the election of another hoodlum named CHEALLAIGH who is even not a biologist. The hoodlum Maixent will be condemned to have published this page abusively without my permissionThis vituperative denunciation may have lost something in the translation from your actual French. The original, I imagine, was full of Captain-Haddock-style blistering-barnacles pictographs of hatred and contempt, or the corresponding emoji
A similar theme emerges in the first paper in the OMICS recension, where the only thing missing from the title is a reference to the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton.
Evidently this is not the first attempt to wrest control of CMB from the Professor's grasp. The first occurrence of a human serpent worming its way into his confidence, only to betray him with ingratitude, made it easier for the same thing to happen again (in accordance with Sheldrake's morphogenetic field).
AbstractThis is what academic monkey-knife-fights used to look like in the good old days, before the pall of animal-welfare political-soundness fell across the sport, and regulatory authorities insisted on the use of sporks
It is the story of the manner with which the most dishonest publishing company of the world, Elsevier, with the help of an abominable traitor issued from my editorial board, named M.A.Q. Siddiqui, from the New York City University, as well another disgusting traitor, this time issued from the university of Poitiers, Jean-Michel Maixent have both groups stolen my journal with the most ashaming underworld tricks. I explain how they have proceeded in the perspective of exactly the same objectives : to become the owners of the terms “Cellular and Molecular Biology®”whose principles have revolutioned the biology and to earn a great amount of money from its world reputation and its uses.
Now my fight continues against Maixent, who has cheated me in an incredible manner in 2006, whereas I am still waiting for an end judgment, having been able, thanks to a young indo-american publishing company named OMICS to overcome the blockade made by Maixent and by the President of the Court of Poitiers, a female judge called Lacoste who has helped the criminal Maixent to block my web site until to-day. Maixent will finish tragically his life as well as all those implicated in the robbery of my journal.