Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology

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Editorial - Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology (2020) Volume 3, Issue 2

SARS-CoV-2 pandemic viral outbreaks

 

 

Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology focuses on
bringing latest discoveries and inventions of scientists reach
every individual around the world being an open access
journal.
Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology has always been a
venue for disclosing the techniques that underpin much of
modern biology. Publications in Journal of Biochemistry and
Biotechnology include clinical, plant and animal biochemistry,
molecular biology, metabolism, bimolecular plant
biochemistry, plant molecular biology, microbial and molecular
genetics, DNA finger printing, micropropagation, and plant
biotechnology, the techniques that would feed into the human
and other genome projects-PCR, yeast artificial chromosomes,
phage display, cDNA sequencing and DNA microarrays etc.,
Coronavirus (CoV) which are positive-stranded RNA virus
surrounded by an envelope, were first identified during the
1960s by using electron microscopy to visualize the distinctive
spike glycoprotein projections on the surface of enveloped
virus particles. The outbreak of coronavirus has took many
lives around the world which made Journal to release special
issue on coronavirus and articles such as “A machine learning
explanation of incidence inequalities of SARS-CoV-2 across 88
days in 157 countries” by Eric Luellen of United States of
America have written impressively in their publication in our
Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology. Introduction puts
the importance of using machine learning to identify models of
viral infection modulators holistically and quickly into context
during an era of increasingly pandemic zoonoses and their
continuation until vaccines availability

 

Author(s): Emely Dadras

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