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Trends in Biochemical Sciences is a journal indexed in SJR in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry with an H index of 272. It has a price of 2395 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 6,29 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 6,29.

Trends in Biochemical Sciences focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: cellular, protein, network, sequence, kinasethe, internal, mechanismsphosphatidylinositol, metabolism, photoreceptorthe, mightya, ...

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cellular, protein, network, sequence, kinasethe, internal, mechanismsphosphatidylinositol, metabolism, photoreceptorthe, mightya, mammalscobalamins, mitochondrial, mitochondriathe, motifnps, networks, prospero, proteostasis, reductase, hsp, homologue, glycogen, analysisnps, bisphosphate, caenorhabditis, cell, conserved, defines, domaincytosolic, family, flavoprotein, function, functions, functionsvegfreceptor, glamour, gloom,

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