BioTech (formerly High-Throughput, ISSN 2571-5135; Microarrays, ISSN 2076-3905) is a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed scientific journal which provides an advanced forum for investigations and discussions related to the study and application of biotechnology.
The journal publishes experimental and theoretical results in the various fields of biotechnology, including biopharmaceutical; development of genetically modified plants, animals, or aquatic organisms for addressing production or quality aspects of food in agriculture in addition to novel approaches in medicine; applications in the environmental sector aimed at maintaining biodiversity and removing pollutants; development of organisms or enzymes to produce useful chemicals or destroy hazardous/polluting chemicals; bioinformatics methods; and papers related to ethical, philosophical, and regulatory aspects in the biotechnology sector.
The full experimental or methodological details must be provided so that the results can be reproduced. BioTech publishes reviews, regular research papers, and communications, and there is no restriction on the length of papers. The journal may also consider to promote forums of open discussion in well-defined areas of interests for biotechnology.
- Medical biotechnology, including biopharmaceuticals, applied immunology, and human gene therapy, etc.;
- Molecular diagnostics and therapeutics;
- Agricultural and food biotechnology, including genetically modified plants, plant breeding, plant genome sequences and bioinformatics, and crop improvement, etc.;
- Marine biotechnology;
- Environmental biotechnology, including bioremediation, biomining, phytoremediation, monitoring, etc.;
- Microbiology biotechnology, including prokaryotic or eukaryotic cells, applied microbial and cell physiology, etc.;
- Large-scale biology, including genomics, functional genomics, proteomics, structural genomics, metabolomics, etc.;
- Computational biology, including bioinformatics, algorithms, and molecular modeling, etc;
- Forensic biotechnology;
- Ethics in biotechnology;
- Biotechnology regulation.
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