Acta Scientific Microbiology (ASMI) (ISSN: 2581-3226) is an internationally peer-reviewed journal with an Impact Factor 1.125, that covers significant advancements in the field of microbiology encompassing bacteria, viruses, archaea and all the other microbes. The journal is also concerned with publishing articles on the most outstanding worldwide research in the spectrum of microbiology. The journal also covers various themes of microbiology including biochemical, molecular genetics, physiological and physical investigations into microbial cells and their interactions with their environments, including their eukaryotic hosts. The journal also focuses on medical microbiology, immunology, ecology and systematic, including description of novel taxa. The journal covers all aspects of microbial cells that include prokaryotes, eukaryotes and various viruses, along with the fields of general, medical and applied microbiology and virology. The journal aims to provide cutting-edge information on exciting trends emerging in the light of advances in molecular and clinical microbiology.
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Internationally profound journal that Publishes articles on various disciplines of Microbiology.
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The field of microbiology is ever expanding and diversifying with a wide scope with respect to the subjects of microbiology. Microbiology is at present, one of the fastest moving disciplines in life sciences and there are several novel technological advancements with the recent research going on. The journal covers all the significant areas of microbiology with a goal to disseminate valuable knowledge regarding microbiological research.
Major subject areas of interest in microbiology include, but are not restricted to the following fields:
Cell biology, Immunology, Genetics and evolution, Virology, Bacteriology, Protozoology and Mycology, Genomics, Host immune responses, Cell cycle and differentiation, Environmental microbiology, Antibiotic resistance and production, aspects of prion diseases and of fungal and protozoan biology, Characterization and evolution of virulence determinants, Symbiosis in plant and animal associations, Analytical microbiology, Biochemical microbiology, Clinical microbiology, Geomicrobiology, High throughput sequencing, Infectious diseases, Medical microbiology, Microbial diversity, Microbial ecology, Microbial genetics, Microbial pathogenesis, Microbial physiology, Parasitology, Plant-microbe interactions, Microbial proteomics, Radioisotopes as applied to microbiology, Pharmaceutical microbiology, Microbial engineering, Microbial biotechnology, Forest microbiology, Marine and aquatic microbiology, Food microbiology, Industrial microbiology, Medical microbiology, Methods including quantitative models and Bioinformatics in microbiology, Microbiology education, Bioremediation. The journal aspires to cover all the microbiology related aspects.
Biochemical Analysis, Yield of Agar and its Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Marine Red Seaweeds of Hypnea musciformis (Wulfen) J. V. Lamouroux, Hypnea pannosa J. Agardh, Hypnea valentiae (Turner) Montagne from Karachi Coast
Detection of Klebsiella pneumoniae Carbapenemase (KPC) and Metallo-Beta Lactamase (MBL) Producing Gram Negative Bacteria Isolated from Different Clinical Samples in A Transplant Center, Kathmandu, Nepal.