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Chemistry - Organic Chemistry | Aims and Scope: The Protein Journal

Aims and Scope: The Protein Journal

The Protein Journal (formerly the Journal of Protein Chemistry) publishes original research work on all aspects of protein investigations. These include studies concerned with covalent or three-dimensional structure, assembly, genetics, evolution, proteomics, molecular biology, engineering, and peptide synthesis. The contents include the application of research to the elucidation and interpretation of the molecular bases of the biological activity of proteins.

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