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Trends in Biochemical Sciences

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Trends in Biochemical Sciences (TiBS) is the leading monthly review journal in biochemistry (Impact factor 14.273; SCI Journals Citation Reports 2003). Every issue of Trends in Biochemical Sciences contains succinct articles on the most exciting recent developments in the fields of biophysics, microbiology, plant sciences and medical science. Trends in Biochemical Sciences has a prestigious Advisory Editorial Board that attests to the journal's established reputation as essential reading for all biochemists, molecular biologists and cell biologists, from students to professors.

Review articles published in Trends in Biochemical Sciences are lively, well-illustrated and have been thoroughly peer reviewed to ensure a balanced representation of the literature. This section also contains Historical Reviews which provide an historical account of a particular field. Opinion articles follow trends and innovative ideas whilst the update section is designed to highlight recent advances in a particular research field providing insight on the implications of the new developments as well as future perspectives and directions. Letters of interest to readers are also published. Careful editing of all articles ensures accessibility to the non-specialist without compromising depth or quality for the specialist. Articles are usually invited; however, if you are interested in submitting a manuscript please send a one page summary with a list of key references of your proposed article to the editor

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