|Journal Name||Annual Review of Biochemistry|
|Abbreviation||Annu Rev Biochem|
|Journal Start Year||1932|
|Country||United States (US)|
|Publisher||Annual Reviews Inc|
The Annual Review of Biochemistry, in publication since 1932, sets the standard for review articles in biological chemistry and molecular biology. Since its inception, these volumes have served as an indispensable resource for both the practising biochemist and students of biochemistry.
The Annual Review of Biochemistry was the creation of Stanford University chemist and professor J. Murray Luck. In 1930, Luck offered a course on current research in biochemistry to graduate students. In designing the course, he said he felt "knee-deep in trouble", as he believed he was sufficiently knowledgeable in only a few areas of biochemistry. He considered the volume of research to be overwhelming; there were 6,500 abstracts regarding biochemistry published in Chemical Abstracts that year. Luck asked about 50 biochemists in the US, United Kingdom, and Canada if an annual volume of critical reviews on biochemistry research would be useful, to which he received positive responses. This correspondence provided possible authors and topics for his first several volumes. Stanford University Press agreed to publish the journal on a three-year contract, with financial assistance from the Chemical Foundation. Stanford University gave the journal rent-free office space in 1931 for editorial and business operations. Prior to this, Luck's only experience in the publishing industry was working for a summer as a book salesman in Western Canada. Volume 1 was published in July 1932, consisting of 30 reviews from 35 authors of nine different countries; the volume was 724 pages. Luck was the founding editor of the Annual Review of Biochemistry and held the editorship for thirty-five years.
At the completion of the contract with Stanford University Press, the advisory committee of the journal, which included Carl L. Alsberg, Denis Hoagland, and Carl L. A. Schmidt, decided to assume a legal identity as the journal's publisher, though keeping Stanford University Press as the printer. On December 12, 1934, they submitted articles of incorporation with the California Secretary of State to create Annual Review of Biochemistry, Ltd., which was organized as a nonprofit. In February 1938, the name was changed to Annual Reviews, Inc.
Prior to World War II, about half of all review articles published each volume were from authors outside the US. The war caused international scientific communication to drop off dramatically, with international authorship at 25% in 1947. The breadth of material within each volume lessened when Annual Reviews added new titles in physiology and plant physiology.
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The ISO4 Abbreviation of Annual Review of Biochemistry is Annu Rev Biochem.
Annual Reviews Inc is the publisher of the Annual Review of Biochemistry. Visit for all Annual Reviews Inc journals, click here : Annual Reviews Inc List of Journals.
An International Standard Serial Number is an eight-digit serial number used to uniquely identify a serial publication, such as a magazine. The ISSN is especially helpful in distinguishing between serials with the same title
"Annual Review of Biochemistry" Journal Print ISSN : 0066-4154, and Online ISSN (eISSN) : 1545-4509
|Annual Review of Biochemistry Print ISSN :||0066-4154|
|Annual Review of Biochemistry eISSN :||1545-4509|
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It has been made responsible for the coordination of Indian Universities, determination of the standards for Indian universities and maintenance of standards of higher education in India.
Yes Annual Review of Biochemistry is Indexed By UGC Care. UGC Approved Journals.
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Yes the Annual Review of Biochemistry is PUBMED Indexed Journal.
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Peer review means that a board of scholarly reviewers in the domain of the journal, review materials they publish for quality of research and adherence to editorial standards of the journal, before articles are accepted for publication.
It’s the ultimate litmus test for scientists and researchers to verify their findings.
When an article on an experiment and its hypothesis is submitted to a scholarly journal for publishing then it is meticulously tested.
If a journal makes an article goes through the process of ‘peer-review’ before being published then it is a peer-review journal.
Yes Annual Review of Biochemistry is Peer-Reviewed Journal and Published by Annual Reviews Inc.
The Impact Factor is also known by the name of Journal Impact Factor of an Academic Journal.
It is based on the scientometric index that shows the annual average number of citations. Moreover, impact factor is having all the information which is published in the last two years in the given journal received.
The Impact Factor of Annual Review of Biochemistry is 23.643 (2023) Impact factor .
|Annual Review of Biochemistry Impact Factor :||23.643 (2023)|
|Note : This information is taken from the Journal Citation Reports™ (Clarivate).|
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