Biopolymers & Cell
Biopolymers and Cell (Biopolym. Cell) is a scientific journal issued by the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics of NASU. Established in January 1985. print version: ISSN 0233-7657, online version: ISSN 1993-6842.
Journal publishes original contributions in molecular biology and related areas:
- Structure and function of biopolymers in different cells at different conditions;
- Genome regulation;
- Molecular mechanisms of differentiation;
- Cell-virus interaction;
- Bioorganic chemistry;
- Drug design;
- Biology of peptides, nucleoside derivatives and modified oligonucleotides
Biopolym. Cell is issued bimonthly, one volume per year. All articles have digital object identifiers (DOI). The format of Biopolym. Cell corresponds to international standards. Journal provides rapid free open access to publications, no processing fee. Since 2014 the articles are published in English.
Biopolymers and Cell is indexed and/or abstracted in: Scopus, SJR, Index Copernicus, BIOSIS Previews, elibrary.ru, Medical Journal Links, referative journals "Dzherelo" (Ukraine) and VINITI Database RAS, EBSCO, HINARI, Russian index of scientific citations. This journal has been included in the HAC of Ukraine (Higher Attestation (Certification) Commission) list according to following subjects (topics): biology, chemistry
Editor-in-chief: Prof. Gennady Kh. Matsuka, the founder of Biopolymers and Cell was a director of [Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics]. He was succeeded as editor-in-chief in 2003 by prof. Anna V. El'skaya. The Biopolymers and Cell Editorial Board is composed of prominent international scientists.
- Biopolymers and Cell Web site
- Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics of NASU Web site
- 2010-Biopolymers and Cell Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary
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