The Ukrainian Biochemical Journal

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The journal was established in 1926 by Prof. Oleksandr Palladin.

The Ukrainian Biochemical Journal is an English-language scholarly journal published bimonthly with 6 issues per year.

Founders:
National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (NASU) and

Palladin Institute of Biochemistry of the NASU.

Publisher:
Palladin institute of Biochemistry of the NASU and

National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

State registration certificate: КВ No. 20470-10270 ПР dated Dec. 11, 2013.

Official abbreviation: Ukr. Biochem. J.

The Ukrainian Biochemical Journal publishes original research papers, reviews and brief notes; papers on research methods and techniques; articles on the history of biochemistry, its development and prominent figures; discussion articles; book reviews; chronicles; etc. The journal scope includes not only biochemistry but also related sciences, such as cellular and molecular biology, bioorganic chemistry, biophysics, pharmacology, genetics, and medicine (medical biochemistry et al.) – insofar as the studies use biochemical methods and discuss biochemical findings.

The UBJ uses the Diamond Open Access model in which there are no submission and processing fees for authors and no fees for access to the published papers.

Earlier the journal was published under other titles  [History of the Journal].

The Ukrainian Biochemical Journal is indexed/abstracted in Scopus, WoS (Clarivate Analytics, Biological Abstracts, BIOSIS Previews), CrossRefMedline, DOAJ, CABI (CAB Abstracts and Global Health), Embase, CAS, CiteFactor, Google Scholar, Dzherelo (Natural Sciences and Medicine series) and VINITI. Its online version is posted on the EBSCO and Elsevier portals as well as on the website of the Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine.


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