International Advisory Panel
Professor Ashok Pandey (CSIR- National Institute for Interdisciplinary Science and Technology)
Professor George Szakacs (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
Professor Seiichi Taguchi (Hokkaido Univeristy)
United States of America
Professor Dennis Gross (Thomas Jefferson University)
Professor Gareth Jones
Professor Darah Ibrahim (Universiti Sains Malaysia)
Professor Vikineswary Sabaratnam (Universiti Malaya)
Professor Ibrahim Che Omar (Universiti Malaysia Kelantan)
Professor Dr. K. Sudesh Kumar (Editor-in-Chief) (Malaysia, Universiti Sains Malaysia)
Professor Dr. Latiffah Zakaria (Malaysia, Universiti Sains Malaysia)
Dr. Rashidah Abdul Rahim (Malaysia, Universiti Sains Malaysia)
Professor Rahmah Noordin (Malaysia, Universiti Sains Malaysia)
Associate Professor Rosma Ahmad (Malaysia, Universiti Sains Malaysia)
Professor Susumu Kajiwara (Japan, Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Professor Vasanthy Arasaratnam (Sri Lanka, University of Jaffna)
Dr. Christopher Brigham (U.S.A, University of Massachusetts Darthmouth)
Dr. Tarek Dishisha (Sweden, Lund University)
Malaysian Journal of Microbiology (MJM) accepts reports of original research concerning both the basic and applied fields of microbiology. Although MJM is the official journal of the Malaysian Society for Microbiology (MSM) membership in the society is not a prerequisite for submission of manuscripts.
All authors of a manuscript must have agreed to its submission and are responsible for its content. The corresponding author is responsible for obtaining such agreements. Submitted manuscripts should not be considered for publication elsewhere throughout the review process.
The Editors reserve the right to reject manuscripts that do not conform to the aims and scope of this journal. MJM aims to advance and disseminate new information on various aspects of microbiology. Nevertheless, authors, editors and publisher do not warrant the information contained therein to be free of errors.
Readers are advised to keep in mind that statements, data, procedural details or other items may inadvertently be inaccurate. Authors are strongly encouraged to make available their research materials such as microorganisms, viruses, plasmids etc. to members of the scientific community for noncommercial purposes.