International Journal for Computational Biology (IJCB) was founded in 2012 under the aegis of Bioclues organization. The core committee members at Bioclues were instrumental in getting ISSN number, launching first issue, promulgating the journal members and funding the open access server management. Later in 2013 IJCB got launched on OJS framework and in 2016, it started operating as an independednt publication unit. Progressively we are becoming truly international, as our reviewing committee, editorial board, and contributing authors spread across the globe. Currently, IJCB functions as a publication hub for research primarily focussed in the broader areas of computational biology, bioinformatics, genomics, proteomics, and allied disciplines. With more than 25 editorial members and article acceptance rate of 20%, IJCB is serving the computational biology/Bioinformatics community and promoting open access policy in general.
International Journal for Computational Biology is an open access, peer reviewed online journal, which considers the following types of original contribution for peer review and publication:
1)Commentary/ Editorial Letter
4)Short communications and
5)Technological reports on “Database and Web server”
Each issue covers topics, which are of broad readership interest to personals from research organization, academic institute, industry and general readers. Int Jour Comp Bio. is a must read Journal for every one with curiosity in biological sciences and computation.
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Vol 5, No 2 (2016)
Table of Contents
|In-silico design of an Epitope-based peptide vaccine: A Computational Biology Approach|
|Tammanna Ravee Sahrawat||1-5|
|In silico docking analysis of actinobacterial sideromycins with the alanine racemase enzyme of Acinetobacter baumanii|
|A comparison of Rosetta Stones in adapter protein families: Who is unique?|
|Determination of Metabolic pathways and PPI network of Sarigol in Response to Osmotic stress: An in silico study|
|Reza Shokri Gharelo||21-27|