Biochemistry

  • Welcome to the Biochemistry subject page.

    Elsevier is a leading publisher in the field of Biochemistry, publishing highly respected titles, including prestigious society journals, book series, and a range of impressive major reference works. By delivering first class information and innovative tools, we continue to refine our portfolio to serve the research need of educators, researchers and students worldwide.

    We are proud to play an integral part within the Biochemistry community supporting and assisting the scientific community.

    All our journals are available online via ScienceDirect, the essential information resource for over 14 million scientists worldwide. For full aims and scope, to submit your article or subscribe, visit the journal homepages.

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    Want to publish open access in Elsevier's Biochemistry titles, now you can.

    Many of Elsevier's journals support open access, giving you the ability to publish open access in your favourite journal. Even more choice with new journals dedicated to open access journals also available.

    Elsevier 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, 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 via www.elsevier.com/openaccess or visit the homepage of any journal and view the open access pod for details related to that title.

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    For your initial submission, there is no strict formatting beyond common sense, only when your paper reaches final revision stage, will you be requested to format your paper to the journal style.

    We differentiate the requirements for new and revised submissions

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Hallmarks of Cancer: The Next Generation • Review article
Cell, Volume 144, Issue 5, March 2011, Pages 646-674 | Hanahan, D.; Weinberg, Robert A.

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