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International journal of biological sciences (ISSN: 2693-3608)

PublisherAmerican Academic Publisher



IF(Impact Factor)9.012 / 2023



The aim of the International Journal of Biological Sciences is to serve as a premier platform for the dissemination of cutting-edge research in all areas of biological sciences. By fostering a global exchange of knowledge, the journal aims to contribute to advancements in understanding the intricacies of biological systems, from molecular and cellular levels to organisms and ecosystems. Through rigorous peer-review and high editorial standards, the journal seeks to publish original research, reviews, and perspectives that push the boundaries of biological sciences and have significant implications for various fields, including medicine, agriculture, biotechnology, ecology, and beyond.
Scope of Journal
The scope of the International Journal of Biological Sciences encompasses a wide range of topics within the realm of biological sciences, including but not limited to:
Molecular Biology: Studies focusing on the structure, function, and regulation of biological molecules such as DNA, RNA, proteins, and metabolites.
Cell Biology: Investigations into the organization, behavior, and function of cells, including cell signaling, cell cycle regulation, and cellular interactions.
Genetics and Genomics: Research elucidating the principles of inheritance, genetic variation, genome structure, and function, as well as applications in genomics and personalized medicine.
Developmental Biology: Exploration of the processes underlying growth, differentiation, morphogenesis, and patterning during the development of organisms.
Microbiology: Studies of microorganisms, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protists, encompassing topics such as microbial ecology, pathogenesis, and biotechnological applications.
Immunology: Investigations into the immune system, including innate and adaptive immunity, immune cell biology, host-pathogen interactions, and immunotherapy.
Physiology: Research elucidating the functions and mechanisms of biological systems at various levels of organization, including organ systems, tissues, and organs.
Neuroscience: Studies of the nervous system, including neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurochemistry, neuropharmacology, and behavioral neuroscience.
Ecology and Environmental Biology: Research focusing on the interactions between organisms and their environments, including population dynamics, community ecology, ecosystem processes, and conservation biology.
Evolutionary Biology: Investigations into the processes of evolution, including mechanisms of evolutionary change, phylogenetics, speciation, and evolutionary ecology.
The International Journal of Biological Sciences embraces interdisciplinary approaches and welcomes submissions that integrate multiple disciplines within the biological sciences or bridge the gap between biological research and other scientific or technological fields. As an open-access journal, it is committed to making scientific knowledge freely available to researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and the general public worldwide, thereby facilitating collaboration, innovation, and societal impact in the biological sciences.

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