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Spain, officially known as the ‘Kingdom of Spain’ is a south-western European country. Spain is a member of United Nations (UN), EU, NATO, OECD, WTO and many other international organisations. With 195,365 Sq Miles, Spain is the fourth largest country of Europe. According to the World Bank, Spain is the world's fourteenth largest economy by GDP, sixteenth largest by purchasing power parity and said to be a developed country. Attracting the tourists worldwide, it stood third most visited country in 2013. Spain was Europe's leading power during 16th and 17th century because of the wealth and trades.
Since the establishment of Nobel Prizes in 1901, Spain has won 6 Nobel Prizes which were in the category of Literature and Medicine. 1906, the Nobel Prize in Medicine was awarded to Santiago Ramón y Cajal for his pioneering work in the study of the nervous system. Severo Ochoa de Albornoz was joint winner of the 1959 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his work on the synthesis of RNA. Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), funded in 1939, is the largest institution which promotes and monitors the research in the Spain. CSIC has more than 150 specialised research centres carrying out research in several fields. There are 34 scientific open access journals supported by CSIC, which also publishes few Molecular Biology Journals.
The research advancements in the country have been disseminated through many Molecular Biology Journals Spain. Journal of Proteomics & Bioinformatics is included in Spain Molecular Biology Journals list because of its quality publishing and credibility. Molecular Biology Journals Spain always served as a reliable update of clinical advancements.