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Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Journal is an international scholarly, peer reviewed journal presenting original research contributions and scientific advances related to the field of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology.
The journal scope encompasses structural & functional studies of biomolecules, structural & functional biology, clinical and medical biochemistry, cellular & molecular biology, molecular immunology, biochemical pathways and mechanisms, genetic studies, RNA and protein expression and regulation, molecular pharmacology, transcriptomics, enzymology, biophysics, contemporary areas of molecular biology such as studies on replication, repair, recombination, transcription, mutation, coding and non-coding RNA, genomics, proteomics, etc.
Submission of articles are not limited to these thrust areas, contributions are welcome from other associated disciplines also under the subject scope. Authors are encouraged to submit their contribution in a form of original research, review, short communication, letter to editor etc.
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A cell is the principle and fundamental building block of all living beings. It is the smallest structural unit of organization in a living thing. Cell is responsible for structural construction, derivation of energy from food through biochemical reactions.
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DNA as a biomolecule that is used as a document of evolutionary history. The revolution in DNA technology has provided with an opportunity to make comparisons of the DNA sequences of various genes between different organisms which in turn can tell us about the relationships of organisms. Molecular evolution allows are to use DNA to study the evolution of organisms such as population structure, geographic variation and to use different organisms to study the evolution of DNA.
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