Advanced Chemicobiology Research

ISSN: 2810-9414 (Print) 2810-9422 (Online) Description

Advanced Chemicobiology Research (ACBR) is a fully open-accessed, interdisciplinary journal with the aim to facilitate the latest and scientific research and discovery in the fields of chemistry and biology. The journal is primarily interested in studies that attempt to answer biological questions by directly probing the living system at chemical level and studies that blend chemistry and biology in new ways, particularly those that provide major conceptual or methodological advances that are likely to open up innovative avenues of research in the field. Click here to get more detailed information.

ACBR welcomes submission of the following article types: original research articles, reviews, mini reviews and perspectives.

Latest Articles

Open Access Article

A Versatile Bio-packing Based on Natural Extract from Calotropis procera a Sustainable Alternative for Agriculture and Biofouling Applications

by Ana Júlia M. Souza, Cristiane T. Lima, Max P. Gonçalves, Patrícia N. da C. Souza, Silas S. Santana, Sandhra M. Carvalho, Andressa França, Poliane Chagas, Aislan Esmeraldo Paiva, Jonathan Frank Baez Vasquez, Michael Morris, Fernanda Guerra Lima Medeiros Borsagli

ABSTRACT: Background and objective: Despite the situation in the north of Minas Gerais being semiarid, this region presents a plant with low water demand, Calotropis procera . This plant has a great...

Open Access Article

A Novel, Simple Method for Detection of Caffeine in Urine as a Predictive Marker for Liver Diseases

by Sarah Ali Qutb, Mariam Ahmed Moustafa, Mirna Fawzy Nazmi, Ahmed Hany Abed Mahmoud, George Safwat Mounir Abdel Masih, Safa Gamal Abdel Fattah Suleiman, Mary Karam Arian Amen, Mohamed Omar Ewis Khamis, Ayman Saber Mohamed

ABSTRACT: Drugs, chemicals, and endogenous substrates are all metabolized by hepatic cytochrome P450 (CYP) which plays a role in the aetiology of a variety of liver illnesses. Caffeine is completely...

Open Access Article

Diversity of Endophytic Mycobiota through Metagenomic Approach and Bioprospecting the Phytoconstituent

by Myithili Thangavel, Israel Mani, Akash Surendrababu, Mohan Pandi

ABSTRACT: Endophytic fungi are important organisms that live and thrive in the intercellular or intracellular regions of host tissues of plants without causing immediate or adverse effects on the host...