Open Access Life Sciences
Welcome to the home of Open Access Life Sciences at De Gruyter!
Driven by unprecedented innovation and rapid advancements in science and technology, Life Sciences have changed enormously. Reflecting the latest achievements, our nine peer-reviewed open access journals cover all areas of Life Sciences such as biological and agricultural science, plant and animal sciences, molecular biology, neuroscience and much more.
A fast-growing open access journal, devoted to scholarly research in all areas of life sciences, such as molecular biology, plant science, biotechnology, cell biology, biochemistry, biophysics, microbiology and virology, ecology, differentiation and development, genetics and many others.
Mechanisms of salt tolerance in halophytes: current understanding and recent advances
Xiaoqian Meng et al.
Production of biogas: relationship between methanogenic and sulfate-reducing microorganisms
Ivan Kushkevych et al.
RHOA and mDia1 promotes apoptosis of breast cancer cells via a high dose of doxorubicin treatment
Peter Bober et al.
Publishes the latest achievements on agro-ecology, soil science, plant science, horticulture, forestry and wood technology, zootechnics and veterinary medicine, entomology, aquaculture, hydrology, food science and much more.
CiteScore 2019: 1.2
Agriculture for Space: People and Places Paving the Way
Raymond M. Wheeler
Zinc biofortification as an innovative technology to alleviate the zinc deficiency in human health: a review
Crop growth and viability of seeds on Mars and Moon soil simulants
G.W.W. Wamelink et al.
The journal is fostering the integration of different fields of biomolecular research.
CiteScore 2018: 3.35
Endometriosis Pathoetiology and Pathophysiology: Roles of Vitamin A, Estrogen, Immunity, Adipocytes, Gut Microbiome and Melatonergic Pathway on Mitochondria Regulation
Role of Nanomedicine in Redox Mediated Healing at Molecular Level
Aniruddha Adhikari et al.
Are the biomedical sciences ready for synthetic biology?
Maxwell S. DeNies et al.
Impact Factor 2018: 2.038
Translational Neuroscience provides a closer interaction between basic and clinical neuroscientists to expand understanding of brain structure, function and disease, and translate this knowledge into clinical applications and novel therapies of nervous system disorders.