Aims and Scope

    Archive of Biochemistry aims to deliver high-quality research work through an open access platform. The objective of the journal is to remove all the barriers and bring out work of researchers across the world. Equipped with distinguished editorial board members the journal achieves its purpose of a stringent peer review process to maintain the standards.

    The journal focusses on delivering quality services to its authors by adopting easy procedures for manuscript submission. The journal focusses on disseminating latest breakthroughs in the field of biochemistry amongst scientific fraternity and thus providing more citations to authors. The journal respects intellectual work of authors and thrives hard on maintaining excellent standards in publishing.

    The journal's objective is to publish articles in easy to comprehend language and initiating healthy discussion amongst researchers, academicians and scientists. The journal is dedicated to serving all the attributes of an open access journal.

    The scope of Archive of Biochemistry serves scientists, researchers and academicians. Archive of Biochemistry publishes original research articles, review articles, editorial and case studies etc. The journal has all the features of an open access journal. The scope of the journal includes the following but not limited to:

    • Autophagy 
    • Molecular Cell Biology
    • Cell Biology
    • Bacterial Toxins and Immunity
    • Proteomics
    • Cancer Biology
    • Metastasis Laboratory
    • Protein Crystallography
    • Cellular Signalling and Human Disease
    • Developmental Biology of The Skin
    • Developmental and RNA Biology
    • Down Syndrome Research
    • Fluorescent Proteins 
    • Chromoproteins
    • Fungal Pathogens 
    • Gene Expression Control
    • Infection and Immunity
    • Intracellular Signalling and Cancer
    • Mitochondria in Ageing and Disease 
    • Cell Regulation and Cell Death
    • Molecular Biology of Host-pathogens Interactions
    • Monash Yeast Collective
    • NHMRC Program in Cellular Microbiology
    • Nuclear Signalling
    • Peptide Biology 
    • Proteomics Laboratories
    • Peptide Folding 
    • Drug Design
    • Proteases, Serpins and Cytolysins in Cell Development and Death
    • Protein Folding, Misfolding and Disease
    • Protein Interaction and Cancer Research Lab
    • Role of Hyaluronan in Disease
    • Structural and Biophysical Studies of Macromolecular Interactions
    • Structural Biology Unit
    • Structural Virology