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Trends in Biotechnology is a journal indexed in SJR in Biotechnology and Bioengineering with an H index of 242. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,721 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 2,721.

Trends in Biotechnology focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: genomics, functional, gene, guts, worlds, smallest, cell, cartilage, cellderived, cellsapplication, ...

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Aims and Scope

genomics, functional, gene, guts, worlds, smallest, cell, cartilage, cellderived, cellsapplication, classes, cloning, conjugates, conjugatesinter, d, delivery, developments, direct, agetowards, canadian, brain, biotechnological, bioreactorsnanotechnologybased, bioreactorsbiosensorsdirected, biologicsantibacterial, biological, activity, biocatalysisin, baeyervilliger, assignment, articular, applied, applications,

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Subtlety in control - metabolic pathway engineering

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A broad perspective on protein engineering and complementary technologies

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Unscientific regulation of agricultural biotechnology: Time to hold the policymakers accountable?

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New biopharmaceuticals in the USA: trends in development and marketing approvals 1995-1999

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A catalog with no hopes

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Relieving biologics' bottleneck

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Mitochondrial gene therapy: an arena for the biomedical use of inteins

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Exploring molecular structure by virtual reality

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A glimpse at changes to come?

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Updated and improved Applied Biocatalysis

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Novel biocatalytic enzymes by directed evolution

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Nanotechnology: R & D challenges and opportunities for application in biotechnology

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Strategies for circumventing transplant rejection: Modification of cells, tissues and organs

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Californian biotech power struggle

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Engineered reed-bed systems for wastewater treatment

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In: Alan Smith, Editor, , Marcel Dekker (1994) ISBN 0 8247 9543 1, p. xii.

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In: C.R. Newton and A. Graham, Editors, , BIOS Scientific Publishers (1994) ISBN 187274882 1, p. xii.

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Carbohydrate bioengineering

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Accessing new resources for drug discovery

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Biocatalysis in organic chemistry (Part I): past and present

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In: G. Michael, Editor, , Humana Press, Pappas (1994) ISBN 0 896 032183, p. 461.

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Biocatalysis in organic chemistry (Part II): present and future

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Genetically modified foods: economic aspects and public acceptance in Brazil

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In: M. Fukada and Ole Hindsgaul, Editors, , Oxford University Press (1994) ISBN 0 19 963386 X, p. xiii.

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