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ISSN (printed): 0006-3525. ISSN (electronic): 1097-0282.
Biopolymers publishes original research papers in the field of biopolymers (proteins nucleic acids and polysaccharides) low molecular weight molecules relevant to the study of biopolymers (including model systems monomers oligomers and molecules which interact with biopolymers) and molecular dynamics and bioassemblies. The Editors are also eager to publish Rapid Communications which should be brief timely and of sufficient interest or urgency to warrant rapid publication. Such publication is not a bar to publication of a fuller account of the work at a later date. Peptide Science and Nucleic Acid Sciences are also published under the aegis of Biopolymers . They are designed to provide a forum for large complex research projects and to publish articles that correlate research results between the subdisciplines of the peptide sciences. Most issues of Peptide Science and Nucleic Acid Sciences will be devoted to unified themes covering the most timely subjects in their research areas. The primary goal of Biospectroscopy is to create a single forum for molecular spectroscopists working on biological problems and for bio-researchers who wish to use spectroscopy to advance their research. The principal role of Biospectroscopy is to provide a unique focus on the use of spectroscopy for understanding more about biological molecules. Biospectroscopy has been conceived as a resource for the growing number of molecular spectroscopists interested in biological applications and researchers in biological areas interested in keeping current on the use of molecular spectroscopy for life-sciences problems. The journal is international in scope and outreach and publishes six times each year. The editorial staff encourages the submission of original high-quality articles research notes mini-reviews and rapid communications. We encourage the publication of mini-reviews devoted to developing areas of biospectroscopy and interested authors should contact one of the Editors prior to submission for further information. We also encourage the use of color when it enhances the information content or clarity of figures and illustrations. Submissions of manuscripts to the journal may be sent to any of the Editorial offices listed in each issue. Using the aims and scope described above the Editors of Biopolymers and the Publisher strive to bring the broadest coverage of our disciplines to the scientific community. We look forward to continuing this worthy endeavor.
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