American Journal of Pure and Applied Biosciences (AJPAB) is an open access, peer-reviewed, bimonthly published international journal, dedicated to serve the scientific community and the wider scientifically interested general public by providing a platform for worldwide researchers, intellectuals and scientists for publication of high-quality reviews, research articles pertaining to all aspects of biological sciences, provided they demonstrate new findings of relevance that makes a significant contribution to the field as a whole. AJPAB is abstracted and indexed in almost all of the leading databases of the world. In addition, AJPAB has an elite panel of editors and experts who have been pioneer in different fields of biosciences that ensures only high-quality research work finds a place in AJPAB and at the same time the stringent screening, and the constructive criticism based on definite guidelines will help the researchers in modifying their research protocols, hypothesis, and data interpretation. AJPAB follows a strong plagiarism policy and is committed to protecting the integrity of the scholarly record and feels its duty to help and support the scientific community in all aspects of research and publishing ethics
AJPAB is devoted to the advancement of scientific research and it covers scientific and technological aspects of biosciences. All the articles are rigorously reviewed. Articles should be written at a level accessible to readers who are non-specialists in the topic of the article themselves, but who are interested in the research. The Journal welcomes mini-reviews on topics of wide interest to investigators in the life sciences. We particularly encourage the submission of brief, focused reviews containing high-quality artwork, and require the use of mechanistic summary diagrams. It aims to promote rapid communication and dialogue among the researchers, scientists, engineers, and policymakers working in all of the areas of biological sciences.
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