Journal of Industrial Biotechnology

Journal of Industrial Biotechnology

About Journal

Journal of Industrial Biotechnology is an open access, peer reviewed journal dedicated to publish comprehensive concepts in bio-based products such as food, beverages, detergents, chemicals, paper, pulp and bulk production of antibiotics, etc. The Journal is ardent to focus the important concerns on knowledge-based sources of economic and social growth and, more specifically, on the translation of science, technology and knowledge into innovation in biotechnological applications in industry.

The journal welcomes wide range of article types such as research, reviews, rapid communication, commentaries, opinions, perspectives, letter, etc. Journal of Industrial Biotechnology scrutinize each submission closely by international section experts to withhold the quality and scientific validity of the published content.

All the published articles are made accessible permanently to the readers without any restriction barriers under Creative Common Attribution License.

Editorial Board

Prof. Mi Lu

Department of Electrical Engineering
Texas A&M University
United States of America

Prof. Bharat Bhushan

Department of Bio- & Nanotechnology and Biomimetics
Ohio State University
United States of America
Tel: 614-292-0651

Prof. Rolando Arturo Chamy Maggi

Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso
United States of America
Tel: +563-2227-4820

Prof. Fernando Albericio

School of Chemistry & Physics
University of KwaZulu-Natal
South Africa
Tel: +27-614-009-144

Prof. Ramaz Katsarava

Professor & Director
Institute of Chemistry and Molecular Engineering
Agricultural University of Georgia
Tel: +995-3222-009-01

Dr. Rodrigo Torres

Department of Chemistry and Biomedical Sciences
Colombian Petroleum Institute-Ecopetrol
United States of America
Tel: 57-7-6349069

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Latest Articles

Original Article

Advance Analytical Approach to Characterize Charge Variants in Monoclonal Antibodies

Post-translational modifications induce variations of monoclonal antibodies charge distribution that can potentially affect their biological activity.... Read more


Research Article

Cheese Production by Donkey's Milk Using an Aspartic Protease from Plant Origin

Donkey's milk is an interesting commercial product, due to its high nutritional value, and can be considered as a suitable source of food for human co... Read more


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