SCIOL Biotechnology is a scientific open access journal, which publishes papers from all areas related to novel aspects of Biotechnology.

We focused to publish quality research covering areas of biochemical studies, cell biology, pharmacogenomics, molecular biology, bioprocess engineering, chemical engineering, bio robotics, industrial, medical and environmental biotechnology, etc. We consider to publish original research articles, reviews, reports, commentaries, editorials, proceedings, letters, etc providing a liberal copyright policy to authors.

This journal operates a single blind review process. The articles will be examined by editorial board members, Inhouse and external review team and published every in HTML/Web version and PDF formats. The journal provides immediate access to the published content under the open access policy.

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  • Research Article  | December 14, 2018 

    Exploiting the Potential of Transforming Anti-Bacterial Xacins into Anti-Tumor Hit Compounds

    Zhi-Gang Sun, Qing Yuan and Yu-Shun Yang

    Citation: Zhi-Gang S, Yuan Q, Yu-Shun Y (2018) Exploiting the Potential of Transforming Anti-Bacterial Xacins into Anti-Tumor Hit Compounds. SCIOL Biotechnol 2018;1:83- 88

     

    Abstract: Along with the development of the modern society, the risk of suffering from cancer has become a worldwide and urgent problem with increasing occurrence. Though researchers have achieved tremendous progress on novel agents and therapeutic methods, more and more drugs and techniques in medicinal chemistry are still in emergency.

    Research Article  | October 24, 2018 

    Polyploidy Expressions of Colchicine Induced Maize Genotypes

    Olawuyi Odunayo Joseph and Adeosun Chidiebere Anastacia

    Citation: Joseph OO, Anastacia AC (2018) Polyploidy Expressions of Colchicine Induced Maize Genotypes. SCIOL Biotechnol 2018;1:72- 82

     

    Abstract: Maize (Zea mays L.) is an annual cereal grown world-wide. It serves as a source of nutrients for animals and basic raw material for industrial products such as; starch, oil and protein, alcoholic beverages, food sweeteners and, more recently, fuel.

    Mini Review  | September 20, 2018 

    Salinity Tolerant Plant-Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) to Improve Crop Productivity

    Kumar A, Rai S and Meena VS

    Citation: Kumar A, Rai S, Meena VS (2018) Salinity Tolerant Plant-Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) to Improve Crop Productivity. SCIOL Biotechnol 2018;1:69-71.

     

    Abstract: The world population, at present estimated ~7 billion people, is expected to increase to ~10 billion in the next 50 years and to sufficiently feed all these individuals requires an ecological sound management system to sustain crop productivity.

    Research Article  | July 21, 2018 

    Anticancer Activity of Polyherbal Extract against Colorectal Cancer Cell Line HT29 and Docking Studies

    Prakash Singha, Kathiravan Govindarajan, Meenashree Balakrishnan, Kalyanaraman Rajagopal and Mahesh Kumar

    Citation: Singha P, Govindarajan K, Balakrishnan M, et al. (2018) Anticancer Activity of Polyherbal Extract against Colorectal Cancer Cell Line HT29 and Docking Studies. SCIOL Biotechnol 2018;1:57-68.

     

    Abstract: In Ayurveda there are two systems of treatments, single medicinal herbal and combination of two or more medicinal herbs to complement and increase the potency of the drug. The combining of different medicinal herbs is exploited by this key traditional therapeutic herbal strategy to gain extra therapeutic effectiveness which is commonly known as polypharmacy or polyherbalism.

    Research Article  | July 20, 2018 

    Aerobic Biodegradation of the Anionic Surfactant Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate (SDS) at Sub and Supra Critical Micelle Concentrations

    Ambili PS and Jisha MS

    Citation: Ambili PS, Jisha MS (2018) Aerobic Biodegradation of the Anionic Surfactant Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate (SDS) at Sub and Supra Critical Micelle Concentrations. SCIOL Biotechnol 2018;1:49-56.

     

    Abstract: The anionic surfactant Sodium dodecyl Sulphate (SDS), the core components of detergent and cosmetic product formulations, contributes significantly to the pollution profile of sewage and wastewaters of all kinds.