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Chemistry Scope


Scope page of Special Jornal of Chemistry and Biochemistry Innovations [SJ-CBI] deals with what we accept in Chemistry and Biochemistry Innovations We, therefore, are willing to accept

Computational Chemistry

  • Papers that can use the knowledge of chemistry, instrumentation, computers, and statistics to solve problems in almost all areas of chemistry and for all kinds of industries.
  • Papers that outlines the use of analytical chemistry measurements to assure the safety and quality of food, pharmaceuticals, and water; to assure compliance with environmental and other regulations; to support the legal process; to help physicians diagnose diseases, and to provide measurements and documentation essential to trade and commerce.

Analytical chemists

  • Papers within our scope on capacity building of Analytical chemists showing the skills to conduct basic laboratory research; perform process and product development; design instruments used in the analytical analysis; teach, and work in marketing and law.  

Qualitative and quantitative analysis

  • papers within our scope that depict the capacity to perform qualitative and quantitative analysis, Sample, define, isolate, concentrate, and preserve a sample, Set error limits, Validate and verify results through calibration and standardization, Perform separations based on differential chemical properties, Create new ways to make measurements, Interpret data in proper context, Communicate their results and conclusions to other scientists
  • We want papers with details on how automation has decreased the demand for analytical chemists to conduct repeated routine analysis, how robots can prepare and analyze many samples, and how advances in computer power allow for the development of increasingly sophisticated algorithms to analyze and interpret analytical results.

Raw Material Chemistry

  • We want papers within our scope with details on how to convert raw materials such as oil, natural gas, air, water, metals, and minerals into different products for users to make consumer products in addition to manufacturing, service, construction, agriculture, and other industries. 
  • Papers for use in making a wide variety of consumer goods, as well as thousands of products that are inputs to the agriculture, manufacturing, construction, and service industries including but limited to products such as rubber and plastic products, textiles, apparel, petroleum refining, pulp and paper, and primary metals.
  • Papers within our scope with results in skills on the test to ensure product quality and stability, develop assays, and troubleshoot and repair instrumentation, for the presence of illegal growth hormones or for higher than allowed levels of pesticides or herbicides in the food.

Petroleum Chemistry

  • Papers within our scope with details in the petroleum industry include the global processes of exploration, extraction, refining, transporting, and marketing petroleum products with the largest volume products of the industry as fuel, oil, and gasoline.
  • Papers within our scope on petroleum as the raw material for many chemical products, including pharmaceuticals, solvents, fertilizers, pesticides, and plastics divided into 3 components: upstream (exploration and production), midstream (transportation), and downstream (refining crude oil, processing and purifying natural gas, creating petrochemicals).

Chemistry of drug development

  • Papers within our scope on how best to develop, produces, and markets drugs licensed for use as medications for humans or animals with emphasis on brand-name (trade name and can be produced and sold only by the company holding the patent) and/or generic (i.e., chemically equivalent, lower-cost version of a brandname drug) medications and medical devices (agents that act on diseases without chemical interaction with the body).  
  • Papers within our scope on the structure, properties, composition, reactions, and preparation of carbon-containing compounds, which include not only hydrocarbons but also compounds with any number of other elements, including hydrogen (most compounds contain at least one carbon-hydrogen bond), nitrogen, oxygen, halogens, phosphorus, silicon, and sulfur.
  • Papers within our scope on the best ways to develop, produce, and market drugs licensed for use as medications for humans or animals including brand-name (trade name and can be produced and sold only by the company holding the patent) and/or generic (i.e., chemically equivalent, lower-cost version of a brand-name drug) medications and medical devices (agents that act on diseases without chemical interaction with the body).  

Computational modeling

  • Papers within our scope in computational modeling involving quantifying and predicting how materials will function for use in the pharmaceutical and materials industries especially  
  • Papers with details on how best to ensure the safety, security, and reliability of nuclear weapons, and also develop, engineer, and test the non-nuclear components of nuclear weapons.
  • Papers with details on inorganic compounds used as catalysts, pigments, coatings, surfactants, medicines, fuels, and have high melting points and specific high or low electrical conductivity properties, which make them useful for specific purposes including but not limited to Ammonia, Chlorine, Titanium dioxide,  

Fiber Chemistry

  • Papers within our scope Fibers important for holding tissues together in both plants and animals including but not limited to textile fiber, natural fibers, and synthetic or human-made fibers such as cellulose, mineral, polymer, and microfibers.

  • Papers within our scope on the use of Fibers as filaments, string, or rope; used as a component of composite material; or matted into sheets to make paper products, carbon fiber, and ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene.  
  • Papers on Plastic material as synthetic or semi-synthetic organic solids used in the manufacture of industrial products including polymers of high molecular mass and may contain other substances to improve performance and/or reduce production costs. Monomers of plastic are either natural or synthetic organic compounds.

Chemistry of Thermoplastics

  • Papers on Thermoplastics as plastics that do not undergo chemical change in their composition when heated and therefore can be molded again and again such as polyethylene, polypropylene, polystyrene, polyvinyl chloride, and polytetrafluoroethylene. The raw materials needed to make most of these plastics come from petroleum and natural gas.
  • Papers on uses of plastics from paper clips to spaceships due to the facts that they are  relatively low in cost, easy to manufacture, versatile, and imperviousness to water,
  • Papers on the properties of plastics that make them persist beyond their usefulness, so much current work is focused on making photodegradable or other more environmentally friendly versions.
  • Papers on the production of inorganic electronics with highly ordered layers and interfaces that organic and polymer materials cannot provide and particular control of surface composition results in microchips with specific, desired properties.

Integrated circuit

  • Papers on an integrated circuit or monolithic integrated circuit (also referred to as IC, chip, or microchip) an electronic circuit manufactured by the patterned deposition (or diffusion) of trace elements into the surface of a thin substrate of semiconductor material including additional materials deposited and patterned to form interconnections between semiconductor devices.
  • Papers on the use of integrated circuits in all electronic equipment today including computers, cell phones, and other digital appliances are now inextricable parts of the structure of modern societies, made possible by the low cost of production of integrated circuits.
  • Papers on Integrated circuits being developed for sensoric applications in medical implants and other bioelectronics devices, which needs require special sealing strategies to avoid corrosion or biodegradation of the exposed semiconductor materials.
  • Papers on mining involving the extraction of valuable minerals or other geological materials from the earth or from an ore body, vein, or seam and Materials recovered by mining can include base metals, precious metals, iron, uranium, coal, diamonds, limestone, oil shale, rock salt, and potash.   (e.g., petroleum, natural gas, or even water) for human use.

Chemistry of pigments

  • Papers on pigment as a material that changes the color of reflected or transmitted light as the result of wavelength-selective absorption grouped as either organic (derived from plant or animal sources) or inorganic (derived from salts or metallic oxides).
  • Papers on pigments use and colorant for coloring paint, ink, plastic, fabric, cosmetics, food, and other materials, and most pigments used in manufacturing and the visual arts are dry inorganic colorants, usually ground into a fine powder. This powder is added to a vehicle (or binder), which is a relatively neutral or colorless material that suspends the pigment and gives the paint its adhesion.
  • Papers on how the smaller building blocks (monomers) combine, and create useful materials with specific characteristics by manipulating the molecular structure of the monomers/polymers used, the composition of the monomer/polymer combinations, and applying chemical and processing techniques that can, to a large extent, affect the properties of the final product.  

Multi-layer films used in food packaging

  • Papers on adhesives used to produce the multi-layer films used in food packaging to extend shelf life, and they are a critical component of the tamper-proof packages, which ensure the safety of over the counter medicines and also for use in label and tape applications, or to demonstrate high strength and long-term durability to bond the different metals and composites present in modern automobiles and aircraft. 
  • Papers on Polymers and their uses from seed coats to enhance germination to containers holding fresh produce in the grocery store; from mulch, films to control weeds, and conserve water to plastic pots in greenhouses.

Natural polymers chemistry

  • Papers on Sustainable agriculture with emphasis on the use of natural polymers (i.e. carbohydrates such as starch and cellulose, plant proteins and oils) to create biodegradable plastics to replace petroleum-sourced plastics, as well as designing functional biopolymers that are sensitive to their environment and release agrochemicals on-demand in a controlled fashion. 
  • Papers on the design, synthesis, and processing of polymeric materials to improve device performances as used in light-emitting diodes, field-effect transistors, and sensors. Electrically conducting conjugated polymers have started to appear in commercial products, and with the promise of improved performance, there are many opportunities for this emerging technology.
  • Papers on coatings applied to the surface of many manufactured objects including but not in transportation products (cars, trains, planes, etc.), infrastructure (e.g. bridges, concrete), construction (paint for residential or commercial buildings), furniture, food packaging, or less frequently encountered but equally important, industrial machinery, pipes and tanks, and military vehicles, including aesthetics, protecting objects from degradation by environmental factors, such as sunlight, moisture or oxygen.

Medical applications of polymer chemistry

  • Papers on Medical applications of polymer chemistry such as latex gloves, bandages, and tubing, to applications as advanced as self-tying sutures, implantable medical devices, and artificial joints.
  • Papers on drug delivery which allow for targeted delivery of therapeutics directly to tumor tissue using specially designed polymeric nanomaterials. Advancements in biodegradable polymers have created products for use in biomedical engineering applications as scaffolds that support tissue growth, then degrade slowly once implanted in the body.
  • Papers on Green polymer chemistry involving the development of green (environmentally-friendly) polymers, with emphasis on more environmentally friendly packaging— incorporating biodegradable materials, edible food wrappings, bio-based/renewable monomers, and processes that minimize the amount of packaging material used.
  • Papers on complete life cycle analysis that considers everything from starting materials through final disposal, including impact on the environment and health.
  • Papers on how to start a company production line using starting materials, i.e., monomers, derived from bio-based, renewable resources, such as plants, or replicating polymers already present in nature.

Chemistry of organic solvents

  • Papers within our scope on how best to decrease the use of organic solvents and increase recycling and reuse with emphasis on PET, ethylene glycol produced from natural feedstocks can be used and how an available “green” polymer is poly(lactic acid) or PLA can be used in packaging, after being composted at its end-of-life, or hydrolyzed to its starting monomers for reuse. 


  • Polymers are ideally suited to applications in nanotechnology. The size of an individual polymer molecule can be on the nanometer size scale; by exploiting this feature polymers can be used as nano-sized building blocks to create devices with tiny features that are inaccessible by any other means. 
  • Peppers within our scope on the synthesis of new materials that can self-assemble into structures with nano-scale order in solution or in the bulk with subsequent applications in nanomedicine, electronics, solar energy, and many more.
  • Papers within our scope on nanotechnologies such as carbon-based carbon fibers and carbon nanotubes that are used in electrical applications, as conductive adhesives, like high strength materials, as field emitters, in hydrogen and ion storage, as chemical and genetic probes, in solar cells, fibers, catalyst supports, superconductors, fibers and fabrics, energy storage, medical applications, films, nanometers, elastomers, and many more places.  

Gas industry value chain

  • Papers within our scope on Polymeric materials used throughout the entire oil and gas industry value chain, from upstream oil and gas production activities to midstream, and finally downstream refinery production of fuels and specialty chemicals.
  • Papers within our scope on the use of Polymeric materials including high temperatures, high pressures, and brine. Solid-state polymers include engineering materials such as plastics, fibers, and elastomers for use in oil well sites and off-shore platforms, with applications including the construction of structures such as pipelines, proppants in hydraulic fracturing, and as coatings.

Polymeric additives used in upstream oil production

  • Papers within our scope in Polymeric additives used in upstream oil production applications as drilling fluids, well stimulants, corrosion inhibitors, scale inhibitors, and viscosity modifiers including their use as components of cement used in protecting casings downhole.
  • Papers within our scope on downstream operations, polymeric additives are used to improve performance features or overcome operational issues in the refinery, distribution systems, storage tanks, and in assorted fuel transport and combustion applications.
  • Papers within our scope on the use of Polymers as stand-alone products to resolve specific issues at a refinery may be combined with other products to create a multi-functional package for use in finished fuels or lubricants for the automotive industry, among other uses. 

Polymeric additives in downstream applications

  • Papers within our scope on the use of polymeric additives in downstream applications include synthetic base stocks for lubricants, pipeline drag reducers, cold flow improvers, demulsifies, deposit control additives, dispersants, friction modifiers, corrosion inhibitors, antifoamants, and viscosity improvers. 
  • Papers on Rubbers as polymers that when stretched or deformed return to their original or near original shape, and are found in tires, conveyor belts, hoses, toys, automobile parts, and thousands of other products. 
  • Papers within our scope on Rubber qualities: a mixture of polymers, high resistance to heat, moisture, and other materials, found in trees, shrubs, and other plants, and can be produced through chemical means (synthetic rubber).

Thermoplastic elastomers

  • Papers on thermoplastic elastomers that return to their original or near original shape when stretched or deformed, but melt when exposed to high temperatures and can be reprocessed, produced in Asia, India, Africa, Central, and South America, and sold as a commodity through traders.  
  • Papers on Polyester, polyamide, also known as nylon, Spandex (elastane) is a polyurethane-urea thermoplastic elastomer that imparts elastic recovery when used as a minor component in fabrics with other “hard” fibers such as cotton, polyester, or polyamide.

Biochemistry Scope


The scope of the Special Journal of Chemistry and  Biochemistry Innovations [SJ-CBI] is for high-quality science manuscripts that seek to elucidate the molecular and cellular basis of biological processes. Special Journal of Chemistry and Biochemistry Innovations [SJ-CBI] welcomes papers that describe methods that will help scientists push their biochemical inquiries forward and resources that will be of use to the research community. Mechanistic studies of cells, cell organelles, sub-cellular molecular pathways and metabolism, Novel insights into disease pathogenesis, Nanotechnology with implication to biological and medical processes. Genomics and bioinformatics

Concept of papers published

We are going to review and publish manuscripts within our scope that have new information on the chemistry of biological models including the chemical process that defines the protocols of the body defense system. Cancer continues to defy the scientific world in terms of management, Special journal of Biochemistry will accept review and publish manuscripts that show the usefulness of biochemical principles in the purification and characterization of biological systems with the ultimate goal of mapping the system for future database formation

Scope of Special Journal of Chemistry and   Biochemistry Innovations SJ-CBI   includes

  • Biological chemistry,
  • Chemical biology, biochemistry,
  • Biophysics,
  • Systems biology,
  • RNA biology,
  • Immunochemistry,
  • Neurobiology,
  • Epigenetics,
  • Computational biology, ’
  • Omics, and many more.
  • Molecular Biology,
  • Cells, and Biotechnology
  • Autophagy 
  • Molecular Cell Biology
  • Cell Biology
  • Bacterial Toxins and Immunity
  • Proteomics
  • Cancer Biology
  • Metastasis Laboratory
  • Protein Crystallography
  • Cellular Signaling
  • Human Disease
  • Developmental Biology of The Skin
  • Developmental and RNA Biology
  • Down Syndrome Research
  • Fluorescent Proteins 
  • Chromoproteins
  • Fungal Pathogens 
  • Gene Expression Control
  • Infection and Immunity
  • Intracellular Signaling and Cancer
  • Mitochondria in Ageing and Disease 
  • Cell Regulation and Cell Death
  • Molecular Biology of Host-pathogens Interactions
  • Monash Yeast Collective
  • NHMRC Program in Cellular Microbiology
  • Nuclear Signaling
  • Peptide Biology 
  • Proteomics Laboratories
  • Peptide Folding 
  • Drug Design
  • Proteases, Serpins, and Cytolysins in Cell Development and Death
  • Protein Folding, Misfolding, and Disease
  • Protein Interaction and Cancer Research Lab
  • Role of Hyaluronan in Disease
  • Structural and Biophysical Studies of Macromolecular Interactions
  • Structural Biology Unit
  • Structural Virology

Growth factors

We welcome papers within our scope that fall with the scope of this journal by throwing more light on the role of the fibroblast growth factor (FGF) family in mediating their cellular responses including the biochemistry of binding to and activating the different isoforms encoded by the four receptor tyrosine kinases (RTKs) designated FGFR1, FGFR2, FGFR3, and FGFR4.  

Human skeletal dysplasias

We want papers within our scope that deal with human skeletal dysplasias that seek to link specific point mutations in FGFR1, FGFR2, and FGFR3 leading to severe impairment in cranial, digital and skeletal development. Papers defining the gain of function mutations in FGFRs among human cancers such as myeloproliferative syndromes, lymphomas, prostate and breast cancers as well as other malignant diseases.

Monomeric DsRed variants

The construction of monomeric DsRed variants has proven to be a difficult task. More than 30 amino acid alterations to the structure were required for the creation of the first-generation monomeric DsRed protein
(termed RFP1). We want papers within our scope that will advance our knowledge on why the derivative exhibits significantly reduced fluorescence emission compared to the native protein and photo-bleaches very quickly,
rendering it much less useful than monomeric green and yellow fluorescent proteins.

Mutagenesis research

We will accept papers within our scope dealing with mutagenesis research efforts, including novel techniques such as somatic hypermutation, are continuing in the search for yellow, orange, red, and deep red fluorescent protein variants that further reduce the tendency of these potentially efficacious biological probes to self-associate while simultaneously pushing emission maxima towards longer wavelengths.

Damaged mitochondria forms

Mitochondria are key in the regulation of energy and metabolism homeostasis and harbor a complex quality control system that limits mitochondrial damage to ensure mitochondrial integrity and function. The scope includes also the delicate regulatory network that balances the generation of new and removal of damaged mitochondria forms as the basis of aging and longevity.

Mitochondria and  aging,

We will accept for publication or any manuscript within our scope that updates our current understanding of how mitochondrial functional decline contributes to aging, including the role of somatic mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) mutations, reactive oxygen species (ROS), and mitochondrial dynamics and quality control pathways.

Dysregulated mitochondrial dynamics

We will also consider papers within our scope on emerging evidence on how dysregulated mitochondrial dynamics, mitochondrial biogenesis, and turnover mechanisms contribute to the pathogenesis of age-related disorders. We will also be interested in all possible strategies designed to enhance mitochondrial function by targeting mitochondrial dynamics, quality control, and mitohormesis pathways crucial in the promotion of healthy aging and can protect against age-related diseases, and mediate longevity.



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