Biotechnology and Applied Biochemistry - Modern Journal

Modern Journal

As of 2013, Biotechnology and Applied Biochemistry appears six times a year. Content from 1998 is available online in PDF and HTML formats, with papers from 2005–2010 additionally being available in an enhanced full-text format (EESI-View). Content up to the end of 2010 is available online free at the Portland Press archive; most content published subsequently requires a subscription for access. The journal has introduced the facility for authors to pay for their papers to be available freely online.

The journal's 2009 impact factor was 1.239, with a ranking of 107 out of 152 journals in the ISI Biotechnology and Applied Microbiology category. Biotechnology and Applied Biochemistry is indexed by BIOBASE/CABS, BIOSIS, CAB International, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, Dechema, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, MEDLINE, International Food Information Service, IFIS Publishing and the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI).

As of 2013, its Editors-in-Chief are Jian-Jiang Zhong (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China) and Gianfranco Gilardi (University of Torino, Italy).

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