Advances in Animal Biotechnology

About Journal

Advances in Animal Biotechnology is an international, open access peer reviewed journal focusing upon the science and technology involved in modifying living organisms that include wide range of topics such as animal tissue culture, application of tissue culture, stages in cell culture, techniques of animal cell culture, setting up the laboratory, culturing cells, media formulations, nutritional components of media, role of serum in cell culture, characterization of cell lines, species verification, intra- species contamination, microbial contamination, preservation of lines, variation and instability in cell lines, hybridomas from different species, human hybridomas, commercial scale production of monoclonal antibodies, etc.

The journal is ardent to publish variety of article type such as research, reviews, mini reviews, communications, commentaries, opinions, perspectives, etc. All the submitted manuscripts undergo peer review processing by international experts in the field to ensure high quality dissemination of scholarly work.

The journal content is freely accessible and made available for readers permanently under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License.

Editorial Board

Prof. Salam A Ibrahim

Department of Food Microbiology
North Carolina A&T State University
United States of America
Tel: 336-292-0664

Prof. A C Matin

Department of Microbiology and Immunology
Stanford University School of Medicine
United States of America
Tel: 650-725-4745

Prof. Alexander Sirotkin

Department of Zoology and Anthropology
Constantine the Philosopher University
Nitra, Slovakia
Tel: +421-903-561-120

Prof. Qing Sheng Mi

Department of Internal Medicine
Wayne State University
United States of America

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Latest Articles of Animal Biotechnology

Research Article

Trophinin Expression and Regulation in the Porcine Uterus and Embryo during the Time of Embryo Implantation

Trophinin is an intrinsic membrane-bound protein that mediates homophilic cell adhesion by interacting with two cytoplasmic proteins, tastin and bysti... Read more

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