ISSN: 0970-938X

Biomedical Research

An International Journal of Medical Sciences

Welcome to Biomedical Research

Biomedical research claims high importance in understanding and accelerating the medical research and associated subjects. Considering the importance of human health and several emergency medical and clinical issues associated with it, prime attention towards biomedical research is of great significance. Thus, asserting the requirement of a common and enriched information sharing platform.

Biomedical research is such unique platform to collect and disseminate state-of-the-art scientific understanding on biomedicine and related discipline.

This multidisciplinary open access journal is rendering a global podium for the academicians, researchers and students of the relevant disciplines to share their scientific excellence in the form of an original research article, review article, case reports, short communication etc.

Aims and Scope

The objective of the journal is to provide a scientific communication medium to discuss the utmost advancements in the domain of biomedical sciences. This journal aims to assemble and reserve precise, specific, detailed data on this immensely important subject.


Guidelines for Authors

Biomedical Research is an interdisci¬plinary Research Journal for publication of original research work in all major disciplines of Basic and Clinical Medical Sciences. Invited and submitted review articles on current topics will also be included. Doctors are encouraged to contribute interesting case reports.


Current Issue

The relationship between HDL-associated PON1 activity, oxidative stress and brain natriuretic peptide in NYHA functional class ii-iv heart failure patients.

Author(s): Esin Eren, Hamit Yasar Ellidag, Ozgur Aydin, Selcuk Kucukseymen, Ozlem Giray, Sakir Aslan, Necat Yilmaz

Evolution of human medical model and development course of medical humanistic spirit.

Author(s): Fuqing Gong, Yunpeng Diao, Taowen Pan, Min Liu, Hongliang Sun

Biochemical and molecular characterization of cerebrospinal fluid for the early and accurate diagnosis of Mycobacterium tuberculosis.

Author(s): Sunita D Singh, Tariq Masood, Ravjit K Sabharwal, Narotam Sharma, Satish C Nautiyal, R.K. Singh

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