Eminent Editorial Board Members

Farhad Jeddi
IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF)
SAJ Biotechnology
Javed Masood Khan
SAUDI ARABIA
SAJ Biotechnology
Yu-Chung Chang
TAIWAN
SAJ Biotechnology
Marc Ramael
BELGIUM
SAJ Biotechnology
Christopher William Brey
UNITED STATES
SAJ Biotechnology
Akbar Nikkhah
IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF)
SAJ Biotechnology
Aminur RAHMAN
India
SAJ Biotechnology
Josiah Ochieng
UNITED STATES
SAJ Biotechnology
Mina Zeroual
CANADA
SAJ Biotechnology
Lawrence K. Duffy
UNITED STATES
SAJ Biotechnology

Scholarena Journal of Biotechnology (SAJB) is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed, open-access journal which covers wide aspects in the field of biotechnology. Its publishes the works focused on academic, medical and industrial applications.

SAJB aims to publish the latest research and review articles in all the areas of biotechnology like Applied biotechnology, Plant biotechnology, Animal Biotechnology, Industrial Biotechnology, Nanobiotechnology, etc, It works to serve the scientific community by exploring the ideas of the scientific researchers and at the same time strive to publish quality articles.

RECENT ARTICLES
Comparative Analysis of Chemical, Fungal and Enzymatic Degradation of MCP
In general three different methods are used for the cleanup of pesticides. These include chemical, microbial and enzymatic methods. Therefore, the present study is an endeavor to compare the efficiency of all the three methods for the study of degrad...
On Chronophysiomics: Prospects to Optimize Appetite and Health
This editorial describes evolving chronophysiomical mediations of appetite and food intake (AFI). Chronophysiomics is a multiscience involving integrated chronophysiology and functional omics biotechnologies. Chronophysiology as an evolutionary inter...
Bacterial Biofilm: Dispersal and Inhibition Strategies
Bacterial biofilms are communities of microorganisms residing within a polysaccharide matrix. Dental plaque, slimy coating in tanks, and algal mats on bodies of water are examples of biofilms. It is well accepted that biofilms play important role in ...
Association of Begomovirus with Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.) leaf curl virus disease in southern India
A severe leaf curl disease of Okra with high disease incidence and loss of production was observed during field survey of various locations of Southern India, and causal organism was identified as Begomovirus and its association was confirmed by poly...
Immune Properties Corroborated By A. Rubens Sea Star Igkappa Gene
The sea star Igkappa gene was showing 2 Ig sites after its (star sea) immunization to Horse- radish peroxides (HRP), observed in 2013-14. The gene showed a specific immune response to the enzyme HRP after its insertion in an Escherichia coli plasmid....
Cold-Shock Stress Induces Formation of a Biopolymer Flocculant by Bacillus alvei NRC-14 under Static Incubation Conditions
Bacillus alvei NRC-14, a soil bacterial isolate, was found to exhibit multiple-adaptive response when exposed to abiotic stress factors. In the present study, chemical and flocculation properties of a viscous biopolymer flocculant produced by the str...
Cell-Mediated and Humoral Immune Responses in the Sea-Star Asterias Rubens (Echinoderm): Notion of Invertebrate Primitive Antibody
The axial organ is considered as ancestral lymphoïd organ. It contains T-like and B-like sea star lymphocytes and Phagocytes. It plays a fundamental rôle in the sea star cell-mediated immune responses and humoral immune ones....
A Double Phase Culture System: An Economic and Time Saving Protocol for In Vitro Propagation of Plant
Low cost and time saving tissue culture techniques by improving process efficiency and better utilization of resources without compromising the quality of the plants are of high priority for commercial utilization. ...
Ageing Associated Changes in Macromolecule Synthesis in the Endocrine Organs as Revealed by Microscopic Radioautography
The endocrine system of men and experimental animals consists of several endocrine organs. The term “Cell Ageing” initially means how the cells change due to their ageing. It contains 2 meanings, one how a cell changes when it is isolated from or...
The Sea Star Igkappa Gene: Effects Against Human Cancerous Cells
It was shown 32 years ago that the sea star axial organ cells (AO cells) produced a spontaneous cytotoxicity against mouse cancerous cells. Recently, we discovered a sea star Igkappa gene with immune properties. This gene was inserted in a CMV (cytom...