Biomacromolecular Journal (BMMJ; ISSN:7280-2423) is an international and interdisciplinary journal covering investigations on the interactions of all macromolecules with biological systems. BMMJ welcomes high quality original papers in English dealing with experimental, theoretical and applied research related to all branches of Biophysical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biophysics,  Molecular Biology, Biosensors, Bioelectrochemistry, Bioinformatics and Nanobiotechnology. Review articles discussing specific areas of biology of current chemical or biological importance are also published. BMMJ ensures visibility of your research results to a worldwide audience in science.

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Each year the Biomacromolecular Journal (BMMJ) Editorial Board selects two Best Articles published in BMMJ annually.  The recipient(s) of the each award receives a prize of 500 US$.

Biomacromol. J. Best Article Award

  Each year the biomacromolecular journal (Biomacromol. J) Editorial Board

Selects two Best Articles published in Biomacromol. J annually. The recipients

of the each award receives a prize of 10000000 Rials.                                                               

 

Certification from Ministry of Science, Research & Technology

Biomacromol. J. has been accepted by the Iranian Ministry of Science, Research & Technology as a "Scientific Research Journal".

 

 

Current Issue: Volume 5, Issue 2, Autumn 2019 

1. Effect of L-Arginine Modified Magnetic Nanoparticles (RMNPs) on Lysozyme in the Presence or Absence of Urea

Pages 83-94

Faezeh Kashanian; Mehran Habibi-Rezaei; Ali Akbar Moosavi-Movahedi; Alireza Bagherpour; Maryam Vatani

Effect of L-Arginine Modified Magnetic Nanoparticles (RMNPs) on Lysozyme in the Presence or Absence of Urea


4. Investigation of Diuron Effect as an Environmental Pollution on the Structure and Stability of Human Hemoglobin

Pages 113-128

Ali Khatibi; Susan Hussainzada; Masoumeh Heydari; Raziyeh Gharib; Zahra Moosavinejad

Investigation of Diuron Effect as an Environmental Pollution on the Structure and Stability of Human Hemoglobin


5. Lack of Antioxidant Effect of Selenium on Interaction of Methyl Tert-butyl Ether (MTBE) with Cytochrome c

Pages 129-139

Azin Momen; Masoumeh Valipour; Parvaneh Maghami; Shohreh Ariaeenejad

Lack of Antioxidant Effect of Selenium on Interaction of Methyl Tert-butyl Ether (MTBE) with Cytochrome c


6. Spectroscopic Studies on the Interaction of Gold Nanoparticles with Lysozyme

Pages 140-151

Soraya Mohammadi; Khosro Khajeh; Majid Taghdir; Nasrin Farahani; Bijan Ranjbar

Spectroscopic Studies on the Interaction of Gold Nanoparticles with Lysozyme


7. Self-assembly of Gold Nanoparticles Using HPI S-layer Proteins Biotemplate

Pages 152-160

Maryam Abdolirad; Rassoul khalilzadeh; Mahdi Alijanianzadeh

Self-assembly of Gold Nanoparticles Using HPI S-layer Proteins Biotemplate


8. Molecular Spectroscopy and Molecular Dynamic Simulation to Study the Binding of DNA with 3-Hydroxy-2-oxindole

Pages 161-173

Fatemeh Norouzi Rostami; Mohammad Reza Housaindokht; Razieh Jalal; Abbas Ali Esmailli; Fatemeh Janati-Fard

Molecular Spectroscopy and Molecular Dynamic Simulation to Study the Binding of DNA with 3-Hydroxy-2-oxindole