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OMICS Group International is the New Publisher of 14 Noble Laureates Supporting Cellular and Molecular Biology : 60 Years Old Reputed Medline Indexed Journal
Date:9/14/2013

Henderson, NV (PRWEB) September 14, 2013

OMICS Group International, a leading Open Access Online publisher and Scientific Event Organizer, announces with pride the collaboration with 60 years old journal of Cellular and Molecular Biology. Dr. Srinubabu Gedela, the Managing Director of OMICS Group International signed an agreement with Professor and Dean Raymond J. Wegmann, the founding editor of the prestigious journal, on September 13, 2013 at OMICS Office.

Established in the year 1950, Cellular and Molecular Biology journal is an interdisciplinary publication that publishes original research work in the form of articles, comments and reviews integrating molecular biology with fields like biophysics, biochemistry, enzymology, physiology and biotechnology in a dynamic cell and tissue biology environment, applied to human, animals, plants tissues as well to microbial and viral cells. Under the surveillance of 14 noble laureates namely Werner ARBER, Günter BLOBEL, Christian DE DUV, Leo ESAKI, Pierre-Gilles de GENNES, Ivar GIÆVER, Robert HUBER, Harold KROTO, Jean-Marie LEHN, Hartmut MICHEL, Ferid MURAD, Ilya PRIGOGINE†, Jens C. SKOU, Torsten N. WIESEL, Cellular and Molecular Biology has achieved the pinnacle of success and will continue to accomplish the same. The journal is therefore open to intense interdisciplinary exchanges in medical, dental, veterinary, pharmacological, botanical and biological researches for the demonstration of these multiple links.

Cellular and Molecular Biology (ISSN: 1165-158X) is the 301st journal under its open access umbrella of OMICS Publishing Group and aspires for its continued success with the support of eminent editors from around the world. Indexed/Abstracted in more than 35 retrieval Journals, and among them: MEDLINE/PubMed, BIOSIS Database, Current
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