Applied Biological

- Citation Impact
1.559 - 2-year Impact Factor

This journal is covered in BIOSIS, Chemical Abstracts, Food Science and Technology Abstracts, Google Scholar, Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition, OCLC, Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE), SCImago, SCOPUS, and Summon by ProQuest.

  • Editor-in-Chief:

    - Hoi-Seon Lee(Department of Bioenvironmental Chemistry, Chonbuk National University), Republic of Korea.
    - Hojoung Lee(Department of Biotechnology, Korea University), Republic of Korea.
  • Copyright statement

    Copyright for the published papers belongs to the Society and the Springer. Articles submitted to BioMed Central and SpringerOpen journals are subject to the CC-BY 4.0 Creative Commons Attribution license (released Nov 2013).
  • Aims and scope

    Applied Biological Chemistry (ABCH: Appl Biol Chem), launched on December 1960, is a complete (author payment) Open Access journal copublished by the Korean Society for Applied Biological Chemistry (KSABC) and Springer Nature. The goal of ABCH is to promote scientific information interchange among researchers in the field of agricultural chemistry. The journal covers the scientific aspects of 1 ) biochemistry/ molecular biology, 2) natural products/ bioactive compounds/ biomedical sciences, 3) agricultural & environmental sciences, 4) food science related to multidisciplinary agriculture. ABCH considers the publication of results using isolated natural compounds, but not plant and food extracts.
  • Funding sources

    This journal was supported by the Korean Federation of Science and Technology Societies Grant funded by the Korean Government (Ministry of Education).
  • Page Charge

    Open access publishing is not without costs. Applied Biological Chemistry therefore levies an article-processing charge of £590/$920/€750 for each article accepted for publication, plus VAT or local taxes where applicable. If the corresponding author's institution is a Member, the cost of the article-processing charge is covered by the membership, and no further charge is payable.