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Biosensors For Secondary Metabolites

Biosensors Journal is one of the best journals of OMICS International with unique and important articles on biosensors for secondary metabolites. It is an interdisciplinary journal serving professionals with an interest in the exploitation of biosynthesis and function of secondary metabolites and also deals with the discovery of new biologically active compounds from all kinds of sources, including plants, bacteria, and fungi, and also with their biogenesis. Secondary metabolism of cyanobacteria, fungi, plants and animals is responsible for the production of a wide range of chemical compounds. These metabolites are widely studied due to their interest in numerous domains: toxicology, environment, pharmacology, cosmetics, medicine, food chemistry, etc. Their toxic characteristics and the consequent potential risk for the human health, even at low concentrations, make necessary the development of sensitive, robust, reliable and low‑cost techniques for their fast detection. The emerging biosensors, although still at an early stage of development, could be the solution. OMICS Group is built upon the principles of Open Access and is determined to provide free and unrestricted access of research articles to scientists around the world for the advancement of science and technology. Submitted articles in the Biosensors Journal avail open accessing. Yet another prominent feature of OMICS Group Publication activities is its alliance with reputed scientific research, academic institutions and International associations, societies as well as world federations. This alliance is paving the way for collaboration in the areas of journal production, review process, quality and subscription management. OMICS Group will keep up to date with latest advances in the respective fields and papers published in its journals will reach the readers directly through E-mail.
 
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Last date updated on June, 2014