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FEBS Journal

Editors:
Seamus Martin
Publisher:
Wiley
2020 Journal Impact Factor:
5.542 (Journal Citation Report, Web of Science Group)
ISSN:
1742-464X
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Published on behalf of the Federation of European Biochemical Societies
The FEBS Journal (Federation of European Biochemical Societiesis) an international journal devoted to the rapid publication of full-length papers describing original research in all areas of biology susceptible to a molecular approach, as outlined further below. Preference is given to papers that advance new concepts or develop new experimental techniques. Papers should be clearly written for a general audience in a way that draws attention to their novelty and significance; work that is incomplete, inconclusive or merely confirmatory will not be published.

The Journal also publishes reviews and minireviews on a wide range of topics, which may be solicited or submitted. Authors may request special priority handling by the Editorial Office for papers of shorter length that describe results of wide significance and importance.

The scope of the Journal includes the following subdisciplines:

Biochemistry of the living cell Bioenergetics Bioinformatics Developmental biology Enzymology Gene expression Glycobiology Immunology Inorganic biochemistry Lipids Membranes Metabolism and metabolic regulation Molecular evolution Molecular genetics Molecular medicine Molecular neurobiology Nucleic acids Physical biochemistry Protein structure and chemistry Protein synthesis Signal transduction Structural biology Systems biology
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Platform:
OvidSP
Publisher:
Wiley
Product Type:
Journal
Author:
Seamus Martin
ISSN:
1742-464X
Specialty:
  • Cell Biology
  • Molecular Biology
Language:
English
Update Frequency:
Semi-Monthly
Coverage:
January 2001 - Present
Pdf Coverage:
January 2005 - Present
2020 Journal Impact Factor:
5.542 (Journal Citation Report, Web of Science Group)

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