Aims and Scope
Eurasian Journal of Applied Biotechnology is fully comprehensive in its scope and publishes strictly peer-reviewed papers, protocols and methods, notes to the editor, letters to the editor and reviews covering novel aspects and methods in all areas of biotechnology, medical and ecological research. The publication is intended to both scientific and technical professionals as well as wide range of intellectual readers that are eager to be aware of the recent achievements of worldwide biotechnology. Some issues are devoted to a special topic, providing the latest information on the most crucial areas of research and technological advances.
In addition to these special issues, the journal welcomes unsolicited submissions for primary research articles, such as Research Articles, Rapid Communications and Biotechnological Methods. Eurasian Journal of Applied Biotechnology also welcomes proposals of Review Articles. Prospective review authors should contact the Reviews Editor before submitting a manuscript.
Eurasian Journal of Applied Biotechnology promotes a special emphasis on:
- General and Applied Biotechnology
- Synthetic Biology and Bioinformatics
- Nanobiotechnology and Biomaterials
- Tissue engineering, Regenerative Medicine and Stem cells
- Gene Editing, Gene therapy and Immunotherapy
- Omics technologies
- Industrial Biotechnology, Biopharmaceuticals and Biocatalysis
- Bioprocess engineering and Downstream processing
- Plant Biotechnology
- Biosafety, Biotech Ethics, Science Communication
- Methods and Advances
ISSN 2617-1147 (Online)
Currently 4 issues per year.
Issue No. 1 January – March
Issue No. 2 April – June
Issue No. 3 July – September
Issue No. 4 October – December
A working language of the journal is Kazakh, English and Russian.
Biotechnologists, Microbiologists, Engineers, Medical and pharmaceutical scientists, Food and nutrition scientists, Agriculturists, Environmental scientists.
Abstracting and Indexing Information
AgBiotech News & Information (CABI) – currently applied
AgBiotechNet (CABI) – currently applied
CAB Abstracts® (CABI) – currently applied
MEDLINE/PubMed (NLM) – currently applied
Nematological Abstracts (CABI) – currently applied
SCOPUS (Elsevier) – currently applied