India Biochemistry Journals List

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India biochemistry journals list focuses on the biochemistry, biophysical chemistry, and molecular biology. Biochemistry journals India also cover structure, function, and regulation of biologically active molecules; gene structure & expression; biochemical mechanisms and many more. India has a history of 12 Nobel laureates in various fields of Chemistry, Economics, Peace, Literature, Physiology and Medicine. The DS Institute of Paramedical Sciences and Hospital supports and collaborates the research in chemistry and related fields. Some of the other major institutes that contributed to the list of biochemistry journals include MMHRC, Asutosh College, Panjab University etc. The research on biochemistry is made available world-wide by various biochemistry journals which publish the relative extensive research. The list of biochemistry journals India plays a crucial role in spreading the unique research on biochemistry.