Molecular Membrane Biology


Molecular Membrane Biology
Molecular Membrane Biology  
Abbreviated title (ISO) MBC
Discipline Cell/Molecular Biology
Language English
Edited by Anthony I Magee
Publication details
Publisher Informa Healthcare
Open access no
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ISSN 0968-7688 (print)
1464-5203 (web)
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Molecular Membrane Biology is an academic journal that publishes review articles of biomembranes at the molecular level. It is published by Informa Healthcare.

Contents

Core Therapeutic Areas

Coverage Includes

Editor-in-Chief

Anthony I Magee, is the Editor-in-Chief of Molecular Membrane Biology[1].

Publication Format

Molecular Membrane Biology publishes 8 issues per year in simultaneous print and online editions.

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