Journal of New Developments in Molecular Biology

ISSN: Coming Soon

JNMB

Aims and Scope

Journal of New Developments in Molecular Biology  is a multidisciplinary journal which aims to publish the recent and outstanding developments in the areas of molecular biology. 
JAMB encourages submissions in the form of Research, Review, Literature review, Conference proceedings, Case reports, Short communication, Thesis, Letter to editor and Editorials.

This journal publishes a variety of manuscripts on molecular biology ranging from basic research to applied science and clinical research. It covers all aspects of the subject which include but not limited to following fields.

  • Autophagy
  • Biomolecular interactions
  • Cell biosciences
  • Cell cycle
  • Cell death
  • Cell differentiation
  • Cell growth
  • Cell regulation
  • Cell signaling
  • Cell surface proteins
  • Cell-cell interactions
  • Chemical biology
  • Chip molecular biology
  • Chromatin structure and function
  • Clinical molecular biology
  • Clone in molecular biology
  • Computational biology, in combination with experimental studies
  • Computational molecular biology
  • Diagnostic molecular biology
  • Dna recombination
  • Dna repair
  • Dna replication
  • Epigenetics
  • Functional studies of stem cells
  • Gene expression
  • Marine molecular biology
  • Mass spectrometry molecular biology
  • Mechanistic studies of stem cells
  • Membrane processes
  • Methodological advances, both experimental and theoretical, including databases
  • Methods in molecular biology
  • Microbiology, virology, and interactions with the host or environment
  • Microbiota mechanistic and functional studies
  • Molecular basis of disease
  • Molecular biology and evolution
  • Molecular biology of hiv
  • Molecular biology of infectious diseases
  • Molecular biology products and market analysis
  • Molecular cell biology
  • Molecular system biology
  • Nuclear organization
  • Post-translational modifications, proteomics
  • Processing and function of biologically important macromolecules and complexes
  • Regenerative biology
  • Rna processing, structure and functions of non-coding rnas, transcription
  • Signaling networks
  • Sorting, spatiotemporal organization, trafficking
  • Stem cells development
  • Structural biology
  • Structural molecular biology
  • Synthetic biology
  • Systems biology
  • Translation, protein folding, chaperones, protein degradation and quality