Archives of Biomedical Research is an international peer-reviewed open access journal that provides platform for publication of research in biomedicine and its associated disciplines. The Journal also deals with the investigation of the biological process and the causes of disease through careful experimentation, observation, laboratory work, analysis and testing.
Archives of Biomedical Research provides open forum for a wide range of topics, including life science, physiological science, healthcare science, medical microbiology, clinical virology, clinical epidemiology, genetic epidemiology, biomedical engineering, medical biochemistry, microbiology, pharmacology, cell and molecular biology, anatomy, physiology, biotechnology, bioluminescence, molecular chemistry, enzymatic chemistry, genetic engineering, endocrinology, neurochemistry and nutrition.
The Journal accepts original research articles, reviews, brief communications, case studies and letters in the fields of biomedical research and other relevant areas providing ease of access and availability worldwide. We accept, process and publish your research in its most appropriate manner ‘Peer-reviewed’ by our highly-qualified editorial team.
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All articles accepted for publication in Archives of Biomedical Research will be immediately published online.
Open Access Policy
This Journal provides unrestricted online access to a scholarly publication that is free to read, share and download. The publication of a scholarly article in this Open Access journal is usually peer-reviewed and financed through Article processing Charges.
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