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ChemBioChem

Vol 15 (18 Issues in 2014)
Editor: Peter Gölitz; Editorial Board Chairs: Thomas Carell, Donald Hilvert, Barbara Imperiali
Print ISSN: 1439-4227 Online ISSN: 1439-7633
Published on behalf of ChemPubSoc Europe
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ChemBioChem is an international forum for short communications, full papers, reviews & minireviews and highlights & concepts.

ChemBioChem (Impact Factor 2013: 3.060) is a source for important primary and secondary information across the whole field of chemical biology, bio(in)organic chemistry, and biochemistry. Its mission is to integrate this wide and flourishing field, ranging from complex carbohydrates through peptides/proteins to DNA/RNA, from combinatorial chemistry and biology to signal transduction, from catalytic antibodies to protein folding, from bioinformatics and structural biology to drug design... to name just a few topics.

Features

  • ChemBioChem is published on behalf of ChemPubSoc Europe. The ChemPubSoc Europe family comprises: Angewandte Chemie, Chemistry—A European Journal, European Journal of Organic Chemistry, European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, ChemPhysChem, ChemBioChem, ChemMedChem, ChemCatChem, ChemSusChem, ChemPlusChem and ChemistryOpen.
  • ChemBioChem has an advisory board of top international researchers

Contents

ChemBioChem publishes an attractive mixture of:

  • Short Communications
  • Full Papers
  • Minireviews & Reviews
  • Highlights & Concepts
  • News & Comments
  • Book & Multimedia Reviews

Fields of Interest

ChemBioChem is for researchers who focus on:

  • chemistry & biology
  • biological chemistry & chemical biology
  • biochemistry & biophysics
  • molecular biology & biotechnology

ISSN: 1439-4227 (print). 1439-7633 (online). CODEN: CBCHFX.

Volume 16. 18 Issues in 2015.

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