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Journal of Biochemistry & Analytical Biochemistry is an academic journal providing an opportunity to researchers and scientist to explore the advanced and latest research developments in the field of Biochemistry. Journal of Biochemistry & Analytical Biochemistry is of highest standards in terms of quality and concentrates on the biological chemistry that are prevalent in unique chemical processes. This Journal covers all areas of the life sciences from botany to medicine that are engaged in biochemical research. Biochemistry deals with the structures, functions and interactions of biological macromolecules, such as proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and lipids, which provide the structure of cells and perform many of the functions associated with life.
Journal of Biochemistry & Analytical Biochemistry is a scholarly Open Access journal and aims to publish the most complete and reliable source of information on the advanced and very latest research topics.
Biochemistry & Analytical Biochemistry is a peer reviewed scientific journal known for rapid dissemination of high-quality research. This Biochemistry Journal with high impact factor offers an open access platform to the authors in academia and industry to publish their novel research. It serves the International Scientific Community with its standard research publications.
The journal is using Editorial Manager System for quality in review process. Editorial Manager is an online manuscript submission, review and tracking systems. Review process is performed by the editorial board members of Journal of Biochemistry and Analytical Biochemistry or outside experts; at least two independent reviewers approval followed by editor approval is required for acceptance of any citable manuscript. Authors may submit manuscripts and track their progress through the system, hopefully to publication. Reviewers can download manuscripts and submit their opinions to the editor. Editors can manage the whole submission/review/revise/publish process.
An analytical technique is a method that is used to determine the concentration of a chemical compound or chemical element. The most common techniques used in analytical chemistry are Titrimetry, Spectroscopy, Chromatography, Electroanalytical methods, Gravimetric analysis, Microscopy, Radioanalytical chemistry. Analytical methods are used to obtain lower detection limits and/or to improve accuracy and precision.
Inorganic biochemistry is an emerging subject and interdisciplinary field between inorganic chemistry and biochemistry. The task of inorganic biochemistry is to research the interaction between the metal complex (or metal ion) with biological ligand at the molecular level. There exists wide research about inorganic biochemistry such as biological macromolecular, oxygen carrier, hemoglobin, mimic enzyme, DNA-binding and cytotoxicity, biological mineralization, etc.
Clinical Biochemistry is study of the changes that occur in disease in the chemical composition and biochemical mechanisms of the body. Clinical Biochemistry is also known as Clinical Biochemistry, Medical Biochemistry and Chemical pathology. It is concerned with analysis of bodily fluids. All biochemical tests come under chemical pathology.
Plant biochemistry is branch of science explaining the molecular function of a plant, but it is also in the position to contribute to the solution of agricultural and pharmaceutical problems. The Plant Biochemistry Laboratory applies transcriptomics, proteomics and metabolomics to study plant development and stress response.
Biochemistry is for everyone. It is the central science to both fish biology and fish processing. Fishery biochemistry is considered a branch under veterinary biochemistry providing Proper knowledge on the biochemical composition of fish finds application in several areas. Fish is an easily perishable commodity and deterioration in quality is due to the changes taking place to the various constituents like proteins, lipids etc.
Preparative biochemistry deals with all aspects of preparative techniques in biochemistry, including synthetic methods, production or manufacturing, separation, isolation, and purification of materials of biochemical at the laboratory, pilot, and production scale levels.
Soil Biochemistry is the branch of soil science which ceals with formation and decomposition of soil organic matter, biochemical reactions of Carbon, nitrogen, sulphur, Phosphorous, metals and xenobiotics in soils, and biochemistry of the plant-root rhizosphere. Soil Biochemical reactions mainly concern on the organic fraction, though it is made up of 55 of total soil volume.
Nutrition is the nourishment of an organism to support its functions, with substances called nutrients. In humans, nutrition more specifically refers to the consumption, absorption, utilization and excretion of essential chemical compounds found in foods and drinks that are required by the body to produce energy as well as to assist the body to grow and develop Understanding nutrition-related biochemical and cellular processes and pathways will have far reaching implications for human nutrition.
Lipids are an important part in biochemical analysis; Biological molecules that are insoluble in aqueous solution and soluble in organic solvents are classified as lipids. Lipids in biological systems include fats, sterols, fat soluble vitamins, phospholipids, and triglycerides. There are different types of lipids like Fatty acyls, Glycerolipids, Glycerophospholipids etc.
Biochemistry of the blood gives us an indication of what is happening with in the body. When different tissues are damaged the damaged cells release specific enzymes which our equipment detects as abnormal levels. This then helps localise the problem. Also if certain organs are not eliminating certain waste products this can tell us they are not functioning properly.
The Food Biochemistry gathering plans to enhance understanding of detailed composition of foods, especially food components that have beneficial effects on human health.The Food Biochemistry include utilization of modern chemical and biochemical analytical methods of food components and their reactions, model systems to study their reactions and efficient statistical tools for data analysis to get the maximum informative value.
Carbohydrates are carbon compounds that contain large quantities of hydroxyl groups. Carbohydrates also can combine with lipid to form glycolipids or with protein to form glycoproteins. Carbohydrates are made up of a 1:2:1 ratio of Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen (CH2O)n. carbohydrates are for structural purposes, such as cellulose (which composes plants' cell walls) and chitin (a major component of insect exoskeletons).
Comparative Biochemistry is the study of the similarities and differences between different living organisms of the biological and physiological chemistry of the organisms. Evolutionary relationships between organisms and their relationships can be understood. Comparative biochemistry studies protein machines and enzymes, but both are encoded by DNA sequences. By comparing similarities and differences in these genes, scientists can piece together evolutionary relationships between organisms.
Proteins are composed of a linear polymer of amino acids. Amino acids are molecules containing an amine group (NH3), a carboxylic acid group(R-C=O-OH) and a side-chain (usually denoted as R) that varies between different amino acids. They are particularly important in biochemistry, where the term usually refers to alpha-amino acids. Proteins are biochemical compounds consisting of one or more polypeptides typically folded into a globular or fibrous form in a biologically functional way.
Pesticide Biochemistry deals with the mode of action of plant protection agents such as insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, and similar compounds, including nonlethal pest control agents, biosynthesis of pheromones, hormones, and plant resistance agents. It mainly emphasizes on Biochemistry and Physiology of Comparative toxicity, Mode of action, Pathophysiology, Plant growth regulators, Resistance, Other effects of pesticides on both parasites and hosts.
Cellular and Molecular Biology Biochemistry is the study of the molecular nature of living organisms leading to an understanding of the biochemical control of life processes. It mainly focuses on the rapid changes in cytoskeletal proteins, protein kinases, membrane lipids, and small ions that accompany extracellular signals. This includes a wide range of topics from the structure and function of single molecules to the integrated molecular control of entire cells and organisms.
Chromatography is a process in which a chemical mixture carried by a liquid or gas is separated into components as a result of differential distribution of the solutes as they flow around or over a stationary liquid or solid phase. A wide variety of chromatography techniques have been developed to allow mixed substances to be separated. In any chromatographic technique, a stationary phase (solid, thick liquid) stays fixed in one place, and a mobile phase or eluent (liquid or gas) moves through it or across it.
The membranes form the barriers that separate the inside from the outside of living cells and that define organelles within cells. It focuses simplified self-assembled model membranes of lipids and proteins to membranes of living cells, and by using different complementary approaches, including molecular biology, chemical synthesis, analytical tools and advanced biophysical methods.
A biomolecule is any molecule that is present in living organisms, including large macromolecules such as proteins, polysaccharides, lipids, and nucleic acids, as well as small molecules such as primary metabolites, secondary metabolites, and natural products. There are thousands of different types of molecules in a cell. A diverse range of biomolecules exist, including Small molecules Monomers, oligomers and polymers.
Biopolymers are also known as polymeric biomolecules. Theses are produced by living organisms and are biodegradable. Since they are polymers, biopolymers contain monomeric units that are covalently bonded to form larger structures. Biopolymers are complex molecules with biological activity. Cellulose is the most common organic compound and biopolymer on Earth.
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Journal of Biochemistry & Analytical Biochemistry is associated with our “International Conference on Protein Engineering” during October 26-28, 2015 Chicago, USA with a theme "Current Trends and Challenges of Protein Dynamics". We are particularly interested in the areas of Protein Engineering, Antibody Engineering, Enzyme Engineering, Applications of Proteins, Structure and Function of Proteins, Pharmacogenomics and Pharmacoproteomics. We encourage articles involving Analytical Biochemistry, Analytical techniques , Oxidative signalling, inorganic biochemistry, soil biochemistry, plant biochemistry, fishery biochemistry, protein biochemistry, , carbohydrates biochemistry, food biochemistry, blood biochemistry including protein purification, Pharmacological and toxicological research techniques.
It is a greatest pleasure for me to attract the attention of biochemists and analytical biochemists to Journal of Biochemistry & Analytical Biochemistry which is Open Access journal published by OMICS Publishing Group. The authors are invited to submit papers containing the results of investigations of the mechanisms of biochemical processes proceeding in the cell. Biochemistry, including analytical biochemistry, is multifaceted. However I want to emphasize that any scientific discipline becomes a true science when it is supported by the strict quantitative regularities. In my Editorials (Journal of Biochemistry & Analytical Biochemistry 2013, 2(1): e136; 2013, 2(4): e143) I tried to discuss some quantitative problems in modern molecular chaperonology. I encourage publications where the authors carry on the quantitative analysis of the obtained data. The potential authors should understand that publication of their results in the Open Access journal makes possible exposing a wide range of readers to new ideas.
Professor A.N.Bach Institute of Biochemistry Russian Academy of Sciences Moscow 119071 Russia