Frontiers in Bioscience-Landmark (FBL) is dedicated to the publication of research in biological science. FBL has been constructing the largest peer-reviewed "Encyclopedia of Bioscience" since 1996.
FBL is a modern forum of scientific communication for global researchers, without regard to gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, religion, or socio-economic status. Data and information useful to investigators in any discipline in biology and medicine including biochemistry, molecular biology, botany, agronomy, microbiology, parasitology, virology, immunology, biotechnology, marine biology, clinical and basic medicine, biomedical engineering, genetics, epidemiology and preventive medicine, ecology, entomology, bioinformatics will be published following peer-review. Submissions for publication in FBL include reviews and research articles in basic science and clinical science, as well as technical notes and protocols.
Print ISSN: 2768-6701
Electronic ISSN: 2768-6698
Publication Frequency: Monthly
Current Impact Factor: 4.009 (2020)
Five-year Impact Factor: 3.927
Scopus CiteScore: 6.2
JCR Category Rank: Q2 in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology/Q3 in Cell Biology
1996 Frontiers in Bioscience released the inaugural issue.
1996 Frontiers in Bioscience has been indexed by Scopus.
1996 Frontiers in Bioscience has been indexed by PubMed.
1997 Frontiers in Bioscience has been indexed by SCIE.
2002 Frontiers in Bioscience received its first Impact Factor 3.063.
2009 Frontiers in Bioscience was renamed Frontiers in Bioscience-Landmark.
2021 Frontiers in Bioscience-Landmark started to be published by IMR Press with Open Access under the CC-BY Creative Commons attribution license.
Starting from 2021, all FBL's content is available online, and is fully browsable and searchable. All FBL papers are published as Open Access articles under the unrestrictive CC-BY license. The copyright is retained by the author(s).
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