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Journal of Biotechnology and Journal of Buffalo Science accepted for coverage by Chemical Abstracts

CASlogoMay 15, 2012: Lifescience Global announced today that their new journals entitled "International journal of Biotechnology for Wellness Industries" and "Journal of Buffalo Science",launched in 2012, have been selected for coverage by Chemical Abstracts.  Chemical Abstracts, a division of the American Chemical Society, is the most authoritative and comprehensive source for chemical information. CAS databases, including CAS REGISTRYSM, the gold standard for substance information, are curated and quality-controlled by CAS scientists. Visit: www.cas.org to find out more.

International journal of Biotechnology for Wellness Industries (IJBWI) is devoted to report advanced and novel research related to biotechnology applicable in wellness industries. Coverage includes research on plant, animal and microbial bioactive metabolites used in wellness industries in its wide scope. Topics highlighted are Natural compounds discovery and processing, food and nutraceuticals, cosmeceuticals and aroma therapy, bioprocess and fermentation technology, environmental research related to soil wellness and biological control. The journal publishes reviews, full-length original papers, short communications and book reviews.

 

Journal of Buffalo Science is a peer-reviewed veterinary journal covering all aspects of veterinary sciences relating to buffaloes. The journal publishes high quality original articles, review articles, case reports and short communications as well as other scientific and educational articles. The journal facilitates the distribution and implementation of new ideas and techniques relating to clinical veterinary practice, with the ultimate aim of promoting the best practices. The journal is an essential  reading for  veterinarians primarily engaged in Buffalo related veterinary sciences.

 

 


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