Biotechnology advancements

Aims and Scope

The subject areas include, but are not limited to the following fields:

Abiotic and Biotic Stress

Agricultural Biotechnology

Animal Sciences

Applied Aspects of Environmental Biology

Axial Patterning, Embryonic Induction and Fate Maps

Behavioural Ecology

Biocatalysis

Biochemistry

Bioinformatics

Biophysics

Biotechnology

Cancer

Cell Signalling

Cell Transformation

Cellular Metabolism

Cellular Pathophysiology

Chemical Biology

Conservation Biology

Cytogenetics

Development and Differentiation

Diagnostic Methods

Embryological and Genetic Analysis of Model and Non-Model Organisms

Environment and Ecology

Environmental and Molecular Microbiology

Environmental Physiology

Enzymology

Evolutionary and Developmental Morphology

Evolutionary Biology

Food Security

Functional and Comparative Genomics

Gene Structure and Function

Gene Targeting

Gene Therapy

Gene Transfer and Expression

Genes and Pattern Formation in Invertebrates, Vertebrates and Plants

Genome Editing

Genomics and Genetics

Glycobiology and Glycomics

Host: Parasite Biology

Dr. Bin ChenHost-pathogen Population Dynamics

Human Immunity

Immunology

Invertebrates and Vertebrates

Ion Transport

Lipid Biochemistry

Marine Natural Products

Mass Spectrometry

Membrane Biochemistry

Mendelian Transmission Genetics

Metabolic Engineering

Metabolism

Microarray Technology

Microbial Pathogenicity

Microbiology

Microevolution

Molecular Biology and Genetics

Molecular Biology of Disease

Molecular Biology of the Cell

Molecular Medicine

Molecular Oncology

Molecular Pharming

Monoclonal Antibodies

Mutation Analysis

Mycology

Nanobiotechnology

Neuroscience and Behavior

Nuclear Structure and Function

Parasitology

Phenomics and Synthetic Biology

Photosynthesis Research

Phylogeny of Animals and Plants

Phytopathology

Plant Anatomy and Physiology

Plant Genetics and Biotechnology

Plant Sciences

Population Genetics

Protein Chemistry

Protein Purification and Analysis

Proteomics

Protozoology

Quantitative Genetics

RNA Interference

Stability and Expression of Cloned Gene Products

Stem Cells

Structural Biology

Systems Biology

Therapeutic Agents

Tissue/Organ Regeneration

Transgenic Species

Transplantation

Vaccines

Editorial Board

Editors-in-Chief

Dr. Alexander Pisarchik

Center for Optical Research Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico
and Chair of Computational Systems Biology, Center for Biomedical Technology, Madrid, Spain

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Dr. Bin Chen

College of Life Sciences, Chongqing Normal University, China

Scholarly Contributions

Editorial Advisory Board

Dr. Rohit Saluja

Department of Dermatology and Allergy, Charite University, Berlin, Germany

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Dr. Angrand Pierre-Olivier

INSERM U908 - Cell Plasticity & Cancer, University of Lille 1, France

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