Journal of Biotechnology and Biomedicine

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2642-9128

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Journal Scope

Journal of Biotechnology and Biomedicine is an open access, peer-reviewed, bimonthly online journal encourage researchers to publish their new findings or ideas in an open access platform.


Journal of Biotechnology and Biomedicine aims to encourage researchers to publish their new findings or ideas in an open access platform with no restriction on the length of the papers so that full experimental details provided by the author should help in better understanding to the readers. The journal covers all the broad topics in Biotechnology and Biomedicine including

3D bioprinting
Agricultural biotechnology
Agro- and Food Biotechnology
Animal biotechnology
Antibody engineering
Applied Biotechnology
Applied microbiology
Assistive technologies
Biocatalysis
Biochemical Engineering/Bioprocess Engineering
Bioconversion
Biodegradation
Bioeconomics
Bioengineering
Biological systems engineering
Biomaterial implants
Biomaterials
Biomedical engineering
Biomimetics
Bionanotechnology
Bionics
Biopolymers
Bioremediation
Biotechnology applications
cardiology and cardiovascular diseases
Cardiovascular biomaterials
Chloroplast genome
CRISPR
Directed evolution
Environmental biotechnology
Environmental health, toxicology
Genetic engineering

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Journal Classification

Biotechnology 
Biotechnology is the broad field of biology including living frameworks and creatures to create or make products, or "any technological application that utilizes natural frameworks, living beings, or subsidiaries thereof, to make or change procedures for explicit use". Depending on the apparatus and applications, it regularly covers with the (related) fields of molecular biology, bio-engineering, biomedical engineering, bio manufacturing, molecular engineering, and so on.
 
Biomedicine 
Biomedicine (medicinal biology) is a part of medical science that applies organic and physiological standards to clinical practice. The branch particularly applies to biology and physiology. Biomedicine additionally can identify with numerous different classifications in health and biological related fields. It has been the prevailing wellbeing framework for more than a century.
 
3D bioprinting 
Three dimensional (3D) bioprinting is the usage of 3D printing and 3D printing-like procedures to join cells, development components, and biomaterials to manufacture biomedical parts that maximally copy natural tissue characteristics. Generally, 3D bioprinting uses the layer-by-layer strategy to store materials known as bioinks to make tissue-like structures that are later utilized in medical and tissue engineering fields.
 
Agricultural biotechnology 
Agricultural biotechnology (agritech) is a territory of agrarian science including the utilization of scientific devices and strategies, including hereditary designing, sub-atomic markers, sub-atomic diagnostics, antibodies, and tissue culture, to manipulate living life forms: plants, creatures, and microorganisms. Crop biotechnology is one part of horticultural biotechnology, which has been evolved recently.
 
Microbiology 
Microbiology is the investigation of microorganisms, those being unicellular (single cell), multicellular (cell settlement), or acellular (lacking cells). Microbiology incorporates various sub-disciplines including virology, parasitology, mycology and bacteriology.
 
Biocatalysis 
Biocatalysis alludes to the utilization of living (organic) frameworks or their parts to accelerate (catalyze) chemical reactions. In biocatalytic procedures, natural catalysts, for example, enzymes perform chemical changes on natural mixes. The two enzymes that have been secluded compounds yet dwelling inside living cells are utilized for this task.
 
Bioconversion 
Bioconversion (biotransformation) is the transformation of natural materials, for example, plant or animal waste into useful items or vitality sources by organic procedures or agents, for example, certain microorganisms. One model is the mechanical generation of cortisone, which one stage is the bioconversion of progesterone to 11-alpha-Hydroxyprogesterone by Rhizopus nigricans.
 
Bioprocess engineering 
Bioprocess engineering (biochemical engineering) is a specialization of chemical engineering or Biological engineering; it manages the plan and advancement of equipment and procedures for the assembling of items, for example, farming, nourishment, feed, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, synthetic compounds, and polymers and paper from organic materials and treatment of wastewater.
 
Biodegradation 
Biodegradation is the breakdown of natural matter by microorganisms, for example, microbes, fungi. The procedure of biodegradation can be separated into three phases: biodeterioration, biofragmentation, and assimilation. Biodeterioration is a surface-level corruption that alters the mechanical, physical, and substance properties of the material. Biofragmentation of a polymer is the lytic procedure in which bonds in a polymer are cleaved, developing oligomers and monomers in its place. The final products from biofragmentation are then united into microbial cells, which is the assimilation stage.
 
Bioeconomics 
Bioeconomics is firmly identified with the early advancement of hypotheses in fisheries economics, at first in the mid-1950s by Canadian market analysts Scott Gordon (in 1954) and Anthony Scott (1955). Their thoughts utilized ongoing accomplishments in organic fisheries displaying, principally the works by Schaefer in1954 and 1957 on building up a formal connection between fishing exercises and natural development through mathematical modelling affirmed by observational examinations.
 
Bioengineering 
Biological engineering or bioengineering is the utilization of standards of biology and the apparatus of engineering to make usable, substantial, monetarily practical products. Biological engineering utilizes information and mastery from various pure and applied sciences, for example, mass and heat transfer, kinetics, biocatalysts, biomechanics, bioinformatics.
 
Biomaterials 
A biomaterial is any substance that has been designed to collaborate with natural frameworks for a medicinal reason-either a therapeutic (treat, expand, fix or supplant a tissue capacity of the body) or an analytic one. As a science, biomaterials are around fifty years old. The study of biomaterials is called biomaterials science or biomaterials engineering.
 
Biomimetics 
Biomimetics or biomimicry is the impersonation of the models, frameworks, and components of nature to solve complex human problems. Living beings have developed well-adapted structures and materials over time through normal determination. Biomimetics has offered ascend to new innovations enlivened by organic solutions at large scale and nanoscales.
 
Biopolymers 
Biopolymers are polymers produced by living beings i.e., they are polymeric biomolecules. Biopolymers contain monomeric units that are covalently clung to frame bigger structures. There are three fundamental classes of biopolymers, arranged by the monomeric units utilized and the structure of the biopolymer shaped, that are polynucleotides (RNA and DNA), polypeptides, and polysaccharides.
 
Genetic engineering 
Genetic engineering (genetic modification or genetic manipulation) is the immediate control of a creature's genes utilizing biotechnology. It is a set of advances used to change the genetic makeup of cells, including the exchange of genes inside and crosswise over species limits to create enhanced or novel living beings.
 

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