Subject: ECSOC-11 papers are invited for publication in "Special Issue ECSOC-11" of Molecules (
From: Molecules Editorial Office <molecules@MDPI.ORG>
Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2007 16:16:10 +0100


Dear Colleagues,

Thank you very much for participating in ECSOC-11.

We would like to invite you to contribute your ECSOC
papers for publication in the Special Issue ECSOC-11 of
Molecules (
All papers (both comprehensive review articles and
full research papers) are invited.

You may send your manuscript soon or by 28 February 2008.
Papers accepted will be published immediately. Finally,
all the papers belonging to this special issue will be gathered together in
a homepage
Therefore, you may submit your paper now.

MOLECULES (ISSN 1420-3049) maintains a rigorous and fast
peer-review system. Well written papers have been peer reviewed and
published in less than 1 month from manuscript submission,
see the example:

Because it is an online journal, papers published in MOLECULES
receive very high publicity. This journal is indexed and abstracted very
rapidly by the leading indexing and abstracting services including Beilstein,
Chemical Abstracts and Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science).

This special issue will be fully Open Access with publishing fees
paid by authors. Open Access (unlimited access by readers) increases publicity
and promotes more frequent citations as indicated by several studies. More
information is available at

Please send your paper by e-mail to and send a copy to
Dr. Julio A. Seijas (qoseijas@LUGO.USC.ES). The subject title of the
message should be "Manuscript for Special Issue ECSOC-11". The manuscript ID
of your paper should be the same as given at ("a001" for the first paper
of first section).

Best regards,
Shu-Kun Lin
Editorial Office of Molecules (

Editor-in-Chief of Molecules
Dr. Derek J. McPhee
Director of Chemistry, Amyris Biotechnologies, Inc.
5980 Horton St., Suite 450, Emeryville CA 94608 USA
Tel. 1 (510) 450 0761 xt 718, e-Fax: +1-514-370-9397

Dr. Shu-Kun Lin
Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI)
Matthaeusstrasse 11, CH-4057 Basel, Switzerland
Tel. +41 61 683 7734 (office)
Tel. +41 79 322 3379 (mobile), Skype: mdpibasel-lin
Fax +41 61 302 8918
E-mail: (Private:

Good news: In April 2007, interviewed
Dr. Derek McPhee, Editor-in-Chief of Molecules, see:

ECSOC-11, 1-30 November 2007