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Mini-Reviews in Organic Chemistry

ISSN: 1875-6298 (Print)
eISSN: 1570-193X (Online)

Mini-Reviews in Organic Chemistry is a peer reviewed journal which publishes original reviews/mini reviews on all areas of organic chemistry including organic synthesis, bioorganic and medicinal chemistry, natural product chemistry, molecular recognition, and physical organic chemistry. The emphasis will be on publishing quality papers very rapidly, without any charges.
The journal encourages submission of reviews on emerging fields of organic chemistry including:
• Bioorganic Chemistry
• Carbohydrate Chemistry
• Chemical Biology
• Chemical Process Research
• Computational Organic Chemistry
• Development of Synthetic Methodologies
• Green Synthesis and Microwave Synthesis
• Functional Organic Materials
• Heterocyclic Chemistry
• Hydrocarbons
• Macromolecular Chemistry
• Natural Products Isolation And Synthesis
• New Synthetic Methodology
• Organic Reactions
• Organocatalysis
• Organometallic Chemistry
• Theoretical Organic Chemistry
• Polymer Chemistry
• Stereochemistry
• Structural Investigations
• Supramolecular Chemistry

Special Issues With Active Call for Papers

Submission closes on: Apr 01, 2025
Small Molecules, Big Impact: Pioneering Approaches in Anti-inflammatory Care

This thematic issue is dedicated to the latest advancements and research breakthroughs in the realm of anti-inflammatory pharmacotherapy. With inflammation playing a critical role in numerous chronic conditions such as cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and autoimmune disorders, there is an urgent need for more targeted, effective, and safer anti-inflammatory treatments. This issue seeks to showcase cutting-edge research on small molecule compounds that offer new hope in the fight against inflammation. We invite contributions that cover a... see more

Submission closes on: Jan 31, 2025
Applications of Molecular Descriptors in Physicochemical Properties Research of Organic Compounds

Chemical graph theory is concerned with all aspects of the application of graph theory to various areas of chemistry, including organic, theoretical, mathematical, and computational chemistry, as well as in bioinformatics and computational biology. By the use of the term chemical it is emphasized that one is allowed in chemical graph theory, unlike in graph theory, to rely on the intuitive understanding of many concepts and theorems rather than on formal mathematical proofs. Converting atoms... see more

Submission closes on: Nov 13, 2024
The role of organic synthesis methodologies in drug discovery

This special issue mainly discusses the significance of synthetic methodology in drug discovery, showcasing its vital role in drug design, synthesis, optimization, molecular library construction, and related fields. The focus areas include organic synthesis methods, biosynthetic methods, natural product structure optimization and molecular editing. Furthermore, it addresses the chemical reactions of drug molecules in organisms, molecular mechanisms in the treatment of major diseases, and related topics. We welcome submissions of in-depth or brief review articles... see more

Submission closes on: Nov 05, 2024
Advancements in Synthesis of Bioactive Compounds

This thematic issue focuses on elucidating advanced synthetic strategies for bioactive compounds, with the primary objective of deepening understanding of the rational design and construction of target molecules. The exploration encompasses a diverse range of techniques, established name reactions, and cutting-edge synthetic methodologies. Specifically, the issue delves into the synthesis of both natural products and their analogs, highlighting innovative approaches and biological potential of these compounds. see more

Submission closes on: Jul 21, 2024
Navigating the 2D Universe in Organic Chemistry

This special issue explores the transformative impact of two-dimensional (2D) materials on the realm of organic chemistry, unraveling new possibilities for synthesis, functionalization, and applications of organic compounds. Focused on the unique chemistry within this novel dimension, the issue highlights breakthroughs in the field of 2D organic chemistry. Contributions are invited in areas including the use of 2D materials as organic substrates, investigations into 2D-organic interfaces, studies on functionalization and surface chemistry, research on catalysis... see more