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

Chemical Composition and Physico-chemical Properties of Traditional Alkaline Salts (Lake Deposits and Plant-based Ash Salts) Sampled in Cameroon and Nigeria

by Ngoualem Kégah Franklin, Asad Muhammad Khan, Richard Marcel Nguimbou, Robert Ndjouenkeu

ABSTRACT: Lake deposits and plant-based ash salts are food additives used in a variety of food preparations throughout the world. They exist in many colours and are found in market stalls in many countries....

Open Access Article

Evolution of Herbicide Resistant Weeds in Agro-ecological Systems

by Justin Chipomho, Cosmas Parwada, Varaidzo O Gwatidzo

ABSTRACT: Weed management through herbicides continues to be the most efficient and cost-effective component of integrated weed management (IWM) in crop production systems. However, the current production...

Open Access Article

A Systematic Overview of Monkeypox: from Origin to Treatment

by Sheikh Rezzak Ali, Shahnaz Alom, Shuby Kumari, Farak Ali, Jakia Afruja, Gireesh Kumar Singh, Hans Raj Bhat, Surajit Kumar Ghosh, Anshul Shakya

ABSTRACT: The objective of this paper is to analyze existing data related to the monkeypox virus, its genomic characterization, transmission, prevention, and treatment available considering the current...