BBA - Biochimica et Biophysica Acta

  • Welcome to the BBA

    BBA (Biochimica et Biophysica Acta) is among the most comprehensive and dynamic journals in life sciences. BBA is a set of 10 international journals , encompassing biochemistry, biophysics, molecular biology, cell biology, genomics, bioinformatics, metabolomics, proteomics, systems biology, and now, clinical studies.

    Introducing the new Open Access title to the BBA portfolio – BBA Clinical

    BBA Editor-in-Chief
    Uli Brandt
    Radboud University Medical Centre, Nijmegen, Netherlands

  • BBA Clinical

    We are proud to announce the launch of BBA Clinical as the 10th topical section of BBA and the first full open access title within the portfolio.

    With the launch of BBA Clinical, the BBA portfolio now extends its scope to clinical reaching to cover all aspects of molecular life sciences from structures and mechanisms at the atomic level to patients and personalized medicine.

    Discover more – BBA Clinical

  • Boost your profile - Publish with BBA

    Each year, the quality of papers published in by the BBA is secured by the contribution of all our outstanding authors, reviewers and editors

    Submit today and benefit from

    • Choice of 10 specialized titles
    • Open access options available for flexible publication
    • No charges for color figures
    • Your Paper Your Way – no unnecessary formatting requests
    • An Executive and Editorial Board of active scientists
    • Rigourous and constructive peer review on all published articles
    • Global distribution via ScienceDirect
  • BBA Open Access Options

    Want to Publish Open Access with BBA, now you can!

    BBA offers you the option to publish papers Open Access. All articles published Open Access will be immediately and permanently free for everyone to read and download from ScienceDirect. Permitted reuse is defined by your choice of Creative Commons user licenses.

    To provide Open Access, BBA titles have a publication fee which needs to be met by the authors or their research funders for each article published in this method. Further information can be found for each title via the Open Access Options tab.
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Special Issues

Linking transcription to physiology in lipodomics
Volume 1851, Issue 1, pages 1-106 (Publication: January 2015)
M. Crestani, A. Moschetta

NMR Spectroscopy for Atomistic Views of Biomembranes and Cell Surfaces
Volume 1848, Issue 1, Part B, pages 201-384 (Publication: January 2015)
L.S. Cegelski, D.P. Weliky

Vibrational spectroscopies and bioenergetic systems
Volume 1847, Issue 1, pages 1-142 (Publication: January 2015)
P. Hellwig

Methylation: A Multifaceted Modification - looking at transcription and beyond
Volume 1839, Issue 12, pages 1351-1476 (Publication: December 2014)
Johnathan Whetstine

The role of soluble adenylyl cyclase in health and disease
Volume 1842, Issue 12, Part B, pages 2533-2664 (Publication: December 2014)
Jochen Buck, Lonny Levin