Journals by Subject
BiotechnologyAccess restricted to Stanford Community unless noticed otherwise
- Molecular microbiology v. 1-, 1987-, Wileyv. 27-, 1998- Full text delayed 12 months Acad Search Premv. 40-42, 2001. Ovid
- Nano letters v. 1-, 2001-, Am Chem Soc
- NanoBiotechnology v. 1-5, 2005-09., Springer
- Nature biotechnology v. 14-, 1996-, Naturev. 16, no. 11, Nov. 1998- Full text delayed 12 months Acad Search Prem
- NCBI news 1994-, NLM
- New biotechnology v. 25-, 2008-, ScienceDirect
- Nucleic acids research v. 1-, 1974-, HighWirev. 1-, 1974- PMC
- Nucleic acids symposium series v. 42-, 1999-, HighWire
- Open biotechnology journal v. 1-, 2007-, Bentham Open
- Open tissue engineering and regenerative medicine journal v. 1-, 2008-, Bentham Open
- Peptides v. 1-, 1980-, ScienceDirect
- Phytochemistry v. 1-, 1961-, ScienceDirect"An international journal of plant biochemistry."
- Plant biotechnology v. 14-, 1997-, J-STAGE
- Plant biotechnology journal v. 1-, 2003-, Wileyv. 1-, 2003- Full text delayed 12 months Acad Search Prem
- Plant cell v. 1-, 1989-, HighWire
- Plant physiology v. 1-, 1926-, HighWire
- Plasmonics v. 1-, 2006-, Springer
- Preparative biochemistry & biotechnology v. 31-, 2001-, Acad Search Prem, Full text delayed 12 months
- Process biochemistry v. 26-, 1991-, ScienceDirect
- Progress in growth factor research v. 1-6, 1989-95., ScienceDirect
- Protein engineering v. 1-16, 1986-2003., HighWire
- Protein engineering, design & selection v. 17-, 2004-, HighWire
- Proteins v. 1-, 1986-, Wiley
- Proteins. Supplement v. 1-, 1997-, Wiley
- Regeneration v. 1-, 2014-, Wiley
- Sensors v. 9-, 2009-, PMC
- Signals magazine 2000-
- Stem cells and cloning v. 1-, 2008-, PubMed Centralv. 1-, 2008- Dove Press
- Systems and synthetic biology v. 1-, 2007-, Springerv. 1-, 2007- PMC
- Three biotech v. 1-, 2011-, PubMed Centralv. 1-, 2011- SpringerLink
- Tissue engineering v. 1-13, 1995-2007., Liebert
- Tissue engineering. Part A v. 14-, 2008-, Liebert
- Tissue engineering. Part B, Reviews v. 14-, 2008-, Liebert
- Tissue engineering. Part C, Methods v. 14-, 2008-, Liebert
- Translational vision science & technology v. 1-, 2012-, ARVO
- Trends in biochemical sciences v. 1-, 1976-, ScienceDirect
- Trends in genetics v. 1-, 1985-, ScienceDirect
- Trends in neurosciences v. 1-, 1978-, ScienceDirect
- World journal of microbiology & biotechnology v. 6-, 1990-, Springer
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