Advances in Biochemistry and Biotechnology
ISSN: 2574-7258
Impact Factor: 3.97

Aims and Scope:

Advances in Biochemistry and Biotechnology is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing cutting-edge research in the field of biochemistry and biotechnology. The journal provides a platform for scientists, researchers, and professionals to disseminate their innovative findings and advancements in these rapidly evolving disciplines.

The scope of Advances in Biochemistry and Biotechnology encompasses a wide range of topics, including but not limited to:

  1. Biochemical pathways and mechanisms: Understanding the intricacies of biochemical reactions, enzymatic processes, and metabolic pathways that occur within living organisms.

  2. Protein structure and function: Investigating the structure, folding, dynamics, and function of proteins, as well as their interactions with other molecules.

  3. Nucleic acids and gene expression: Exploring the structure, function, and regulation of DNA, RNA, and the processes involved in gene expression, including transcription and translation.

  4. Enzymology and enzyme engineering: Studying enzymes and their catalytic properties, as well as developing novel approaches for enzyme engineering and protein design.

  5. Metabolic engineering and synthetic biology: Harnessing the power of genetic engineering and synthetic biology to design and optimize metabolic pathways for the production of valuable compounds, biofuels, and pharmaceuticals.

  6. Biocatalysis and bioprocessing: Utilizing enzymes and microorganisms for industrial applications, including biocatalysis, bioconversion, and bioproduction of bio-based materials and chemicals.

  7. Biotechnology in healthcare and medicine: Highlighting the use of biotechnological tools and techniques in medical research, diagnostics, drug discovery, and therapeutics.

  8. Agricultural and environmental biotechnology: Exploring the applications of biotechnology in agriculture, including crop improvement, pest management, and bioremediation of environmental pollutants.

  9. Biophysical techniques and structural biology: Presenting advances in biophysical techniques for studying biomolecules and elucidating their three-dimensional structures.

  10. Computational and systems biology: Integrating computational modeling, bioinformatics, and systems biology approaches to understand complex biological systems and predict their behavior.