Yugoslav Biochemical Society

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Yugoslav Biochemical Society

Association of Biochemical Societies of Yugoslavia was founded in year 1976, which included biochemical societies of all republics and provinces. From then until 1991 the Biochemical Society Serbia activity was passed out independently and from the activities of the Union. Operation of the society in the year 1991-1996 was interrupted. The society was re-opened and registered in 1997 for the name Yugoslav Society of Biochemistry and in year 2009 the activities have begun to reregister in as Serbian Biochemical Society. In 1979 was recognized Biochemical Society of Vojvodina in Novi Sad, which was the similar year accepted as a associate of the Union, and has worked independently, but was involved in the actions of the Serbian Biochemical Society and activities of the Union. After the breakdown of former Yugoslavia ceased the membership in FEBS and in all newly made states were re-registered Biochemical Societies. The decision on the establishing of the Society states that the Society's head office is at the Biochemical Institute of the Medical Faculty in Belgrade, and briefly defines the nature and the areas of the Society. Society is defined as scientific organizations working in the territory of Yugoslavia and meets all interested scholars who deal with problems interrelated to biochemistry and biochemical research.

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