Scope of the journal

HOAJ Biology  includes a wide range of all the interdisciplinary branches in the field of biology which deal with the study of all areas of biological science, from molecules to ecosystems. The study of structure, function, growth, evolution, distribution and taxonomy of all the living organisms are also covered. HOAJ Biology invites various types of papers which include Research articles, Reviews, Editorials, Case Reports, Rapid Communications, letter to the Editor, Short Communications, Commentaries Proceedings etc... View More

Special Sections

Articles published in the journal will also be included under the special section that falls within the scope of each section. The special sections are as follows:
Theoretical Biology | Neurosensor Ecology/parasitology | Biomedical & Fluid Dynamics | Experimental Biology | Metabolic Regulation & Bio based energetics |

Original Research | Experimental Biology Open Access

The cytogenetic effect of Euphorbia tirucalli stems methanolic extract on sperm head morphology in male albino mice

Reyam jameel Al-Shaikhli, Abbas Abdullah Al-Janabi
HOAJ Biology 6 : 1

Original ResearchOpen Access

Osmolality and ionic status of hemolymph and branchial Na+/K+-ATPase in adult mitten crab during seawater adaptation

Tatsuya Sakamoto, Satoshi Ogawa, Yudai Nishiyama, Waichirou Godo, Hideya Takahashi
HOAJ Biology 2 : 5

Original ResearchOpen Access

Correlation between body mass index and blood glucose levels among some Nigerian undergraduates

Onyesom Innocent, Oweh O ThankGod, Etumah O Sandra, Ifie E Josiah
HOAJ Biology 2 : 4

Original ResearchOpen Access

The polymorphisms of chemokine gene in channel catfish (Ictalurus punctatus) and the associations with susceptibility/resistance to Edwardsiella ictaluri

Chongbo He, Lei Gao, Xiaoxi Du, Hao Su, Xianggang Gao, Yunfeng Li, Xiangbo Bao, Weidong Liu
HOAJ Biology 2 : 3

Original ResearchOpen Access

HDAC inhibitors: applications in oncology and beyond

Omika Katoch, Bilikeri S Dwarakanath, Paban K Agrawala
HOAJ Biology 2 : 2

Original ResearchOpen Access

Children with growth hormone (GH) deficiency treated with recombinant human GH have an increased frequency of CD57+ T and CD56+ NK cells and an augmented IFN-γ production in lymphocytes

Yuji Koike, Shuhji Seki
HOAJ Biology 2 : 1

Original ResearchOpen Access

Two epithelial cell lines, MCF7 and HCC2998, dissociate after hyperactivation of p38 MAP kinase

Yasuhisa Fukui, Rintaro Okoshi, Chung-Li Shu
HOAJ Biology 1 : 12

Original ResearchOpen Access

Localization of mRNA export factors in early mouse embryos

Irina O. Bogolyubova, Dmitry S. Bogolyubov
HOAJ Biology 1 : 11

Original ResearchOpen Access

Characterization of natural antisense transcripts expressed from interleukin 1β-inducible genes in rat hepatocytes

Emi  Yoshigai, Takafumi Hara, Tetsuya Okuyama, Tadayoshi Okumura, Masaki Kaibori, A Kwon, Mikio Nishizawa
HOAJ Biology 1 : 10

DatabaseOpen Access

Diagnosis of toxoplasmosis in pregnancy: a review

Nilgün Tekkesin
HOAJ Biology 1 : 9

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Dr. Eduardo Spinedi
acted as a Head-Director position in Neuroendocrinology, and recently moved his laboratory to the La Plata Medical School (CENEXA). His research area of interest is the interaction between neuroendocrine and adipose tissue functions. He has been serving as member for several international editorial boards.

Senior Editors

Dr. Gaetano Santulli
is currently working at Columbia University Medical Center, Manhattan, New York, NY, USA. He is a physician scientist, with a residency in Cardiology. His research focuses on biological and translational aspects of cardiovascular disease.His group works on hypertension & the Heart, acute cardiac care, cardiac cellular electrophysiology, myocardial function, cellular biology of the heart.

Dr. William C. Roberts
Executive Director, Baylor University Medical Center,USA. Dr. Roberts has been program director for the Williamsburg Conference on Heart Disease held every December in Williamsburg, Virginia. His research focuses on morphologic aspects of cardiovascular disease.

Dr. Abdel Omri
is currently works as a Professor at the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry with a cross appointment to the Department of Biology, the Biomolecular Sciences Ph.D. Program, School of Rural and Northern Health. His research interests are focused on lipid-based drug and vaccine delivery systems.