American Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology

Editorial Workflow

All manuscripts submitted to Science Publications undergo extensive evaluation while it’s in the peer-review process. The following describes the editorial workflow of all our journals.

All manuscripts are processed using Science Publication’s Manuscript Tracking System. Manuscripts submitted for publication are initially reviewed in the journal’s editorial office where it is checked if the manuscript falls under the journal’s scope, provides sufficient evidence to support findings, and is not plagiarized.

Manuscripts are then sent to several reviewers to thoroughly evaluate the manuscript. Reviewers then submit their results along with their recommendations as one of the following actions:

  1. Accept Unconditionally
  2. Accept Conditionally, subject to minor revisions, according to my accompanying comments
  3. Encourage Revision, according to my accompanying comments
  4. Reject Unconditionally, the likelihood of a successful revision is improbable

If a manuscript has been accepted unconditionally, it is sent for further processing.

In the case of conditional acceptance, authors are requested to review their manuscript according to the reviewer’s suggestions and submit the revised version of their manuscript for another evaluation.

If reviewers recommend rejecting a manuscript, we immediately reject the manuscript.

Our Editorial Workflow allows editors to reject manuscripts due to a number of reasons including inappropriateness of the subject, lack of quality, or incorrectness of the results. We ensure high quality and unbiased peer-review by sending the manuscript for evaluation to a range of reviewers in different parts of the world.

We have a single blinded peer-review process in which the reviewers know who the authors of the manuscript are, but the authors do not have access to the information of who the peer reviewers are. All our journals acknowledge the researchers who have performed the peer-review and without the significant contributions made by these researchers, the publication of the journal would not be possible.



KINETIC MODELLING OF CONTINUOUS-MIX ANAEROBIC REACTORS OPERATING UNDER DIURNALLY CYCLIC TEMPERATURE ENVIRONMENT

E. A. Echiegu and A. E. Ghaly
Volume : 10, Issue : 2 Pages : 130-142
Published On : August 29, 2014


DNA-MARKERS OF SUNFLOWER RESISTANCE TO THE DOWNY MILDEW (PLASMOPARA HALSTEDII)

A. V. Usatov, A. I. Klimenko, K. V. Azarin, O. F. Gorbachenko, N. V. Markin, V. E. Tikhobaeva, Yu. A. Kolosov, O. A. Usatova, S. Yu. Bakoev, M. Yu. Bibov and L. V. Getmantseva
Volume : 10, Issue : 2 Pages : 125-129
Published On : July 24, 2014


EFFECT OF ZINC OXIDE NANOPARTICLES ON NEUROBLASTOMA SH-SY5Y CELLS

Jinghui Zheng, Theresia Schnurr, Kriya Dunlap, Deben Das and Lawrence Duffy
Volume : 10, Issue : 2 Pages : 116-124
Published On : July 4, 2014


MOLECULAR SWITCH THAT CONTROLS THE FLUX OF LINOLEIC ACID INTO N-6 OR N-3 POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS IN MICROORGANISMS

Mingxuan Wang, Jianxin Chen, Huaiyuan Zhang and Yuanda Song
Volume : 10, Issue : 2 Pages : 105-115
Published On : July 2, 2014


THE EFFECT OF PRO-AND PREBIOTICS ON THE RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF THE MODEL OF STRUCTURED DISPERSE SYSTEMS

Natalia Aleksandrovna Tarasenko and Irina Borisovna Krasina
Volume : 10, Issue : 2 Pages : 99-104
Published On : July 2, 2014


Biodiesel Fuel Production from Algae as Renewable Energy

A. B.M. Sharif Hossain, Aishah Salleh, Amru Nasrulhaq Boyce, Partha chowdhury and Mohd Naqiuddin
Volume : 4, Issue : 3 Pages : 250-254
Cites : 139


The Crude Aqueous Extract of Piper betle L. and its Antibacterial Effect Towards Streptococcus mutans

T. Nalina and Z. H. Rahim
Volume : 3, Issue : 1 Pages : 10-15
Cites : 47


Performance Study of Power Control Radio Resource Management Over WLANs

Z. I. Dafalla and M. B.R. Murthy
Volume : 4, Issue : 3 Pages : 239-244
Cites : 41


Oxidative Stress in Autism: Elevated Cerebellar 3-nitrotyrosine Levels

Elizabeth M. Sajdel-Sulkowska, Boguslaw Lipinski, Herb Windom, Tapan Audhya and Woody McGinnis
Volume : 4, Issue : 2 Pages : 73-84
Cites : 39


Production of Biodiesel by Enzymatic Transesterification: Review

Abdel E. Ghaly, D. Dave, M. S. Brooks and S. Budge
Volume : 6, Issue : 2 Pages : 54-76
Cites : 34


Antilithiatic Influence of Spirulina on Ethylene Glycol-Induced Nephrolithiasis in Male Rats

Atef M. Al-Attar
Volume : 6, Issue : 1 Pages : 25-31
Downloads : 131471


Mapping QTLs Linked to Physio-Morphological and Plant Production Traits under Drought Stress in Rice (Oryza sativa L.) in the Target Environment

S. M. Gomez, S. S. Kumar, P. Jeyaprakash, R. Suresh, K. R. Biji, N. M. Boopathi, Adam H. Price and R. C. Babu
Volume : 2, Issue : 4 Pages : 161-169
Downloads : 64336


Effect of Nitrogen on Growth and Lipid Content of Chlorella pyrenoidosa

Subhasha Nigam, Monika P. Rai and Rupali Sharma
Volume : 7, Issue : 3 Pages : 124-129
Downloads : 14251


PAPAIN, A PLANT ENZYME OF BIOLOGICAL IMPORTANCE: A REVIEW

Ezekiel Amri and Florence Mamboya
Volume : 8, Issue : 2 Pages : 99-104
Downloads : 13054


Production of Biodiesel by Enzymatic Transesterification: Review

Abdel E. Ghaly, D. Dave, M. S. Brooks and S. Budge
Volume : 6, Issue : 2 Pages : 54-76
Downloads : 12450


Antilithiatic Influence of Spirulina on Ethylene Glycol-Induced Nephrolithiasis in Male Rats

Atef M. Al-Attar
Volume : 6, Issue : 1 Pages : 25-31
Views : 38977


Biodiesel Fuel Production from Algae as Renewable Energy

A. B.M. Sharif Hossain, Aishah Salleh, Amru Nasrulhaq Boyce, Partha chowdhury and Mohd Naqiuddin
Volume : 4, Issue : 3 Pages : 250-254
Views : 3656


Antimicrobial Properties of Newly Synthesized Derivatives of Coumarine

S. Govori, S. Spahiu, V. Kalaj, O. Leci, A. Haziri and H. Ibrahimi
Volume : 6, Issue : 4 Pages : 275-278
Views : 1967


Production of Biodiesel by Enzymatic Transesterification: Review

Abdel E. Ghaly, D. Dave, M. S. Brooks and S. Budge
Volume : 6, Issue : 2 Pages : 54-76
Views : 1915


The Development of a Revised Canadian Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Case Definition

Leonard A. Jason, Meredyth Evans, Nicole Porter, Molly Brown, Abigail Brown, Jessica Hunnell, Valerie Anderson, Athena Lerch, Kenny De Meirleir and Fred Friedberg
Volume : 6, Issue : 2 Pages : 120-135
Views : 1798