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Turkey also previously known as Constantinople has diverse cultural connections to many ethnic groups. Turkey was made republic in 1923. It has large military power and high global reach in terms of science and technology. Turkey's location at the crossroads of Europe and Asia makes it a country of significant geostrategic importance. Turkey has developed industries like Turkish Aerospace Industries, Aselsan, Havelsan, Roketsan, MKE, among others. Turkish Satellite Assembly, Integration and Test Center (UMET) production and testing facility owned by the Ministry of National Defence.
Microbiology research and prevention of infectious diseases started its pace in Turkey by Ministry of Health. The country has a great history of preventing microbiological and infectious diseases, and providing better health care to the patients through its government organizations. The country’s strong research milestones are National Microbiology Focal Points organized by European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control etc. Microbiology community of the country has enabled to make appreciable remarks in microbial and infectious disease research. The launch of many Microbiology journals has facilitated the clinical and research updates to the readers over the world.
The research advancements in the country have been disseminated through Turkey Microbiology journals List. The Turkey microbiology journals started their circulation in early 1980’s. Applied Microbiology: Open Access is one of the well-known journal great international circulations. This major international microbiology journal reports all major studies in the popular labs of Turkey. Journal of Applied Microbiology: Open Access stands first in the list of Microbiology journals Turkey. These well-known Turkey Microbiology journals always served as a reliable update of clinical advancements.