Russian Journal of Bioorganic Chemistry
(This issue contains English translation of selected articles from Khimiya RastiteVnogo Syr’ya)
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Editor-in-Chief Vadim T. Ivanov
Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
Guest Editor Natalia G. Bazarnova
Professor of the Altai State University, Barnaul, Russia
EDITORIAL BOARD of Khimiya Rastitel’nogo Syr’ya
Executive Secretary Vadim I. Markin
Jeduard L. Akim, Vasilij A. Babkin, Nikolai V. Bodoev, Konstantin G. Bogolicyn, Tatiana I. Burmistrova, Ivan P. Dejneko, Aleksandr A. Efremov, Valentin A. Elkin, Leonid S. Gal’brajh,
Alexei F. Gogotov, Stanislav G. Maslov, Alfa I. Mihajlov, Robert Z. Pen, Stepan M. Repjah, Svetlana Z. Rogovina, Viktor I. Roshchin, Galina L. Ryzhova, Aleksandr S. Smolin, Robert A. Stepen’, Nina E. Sudachkova, Valerij E. Taraban’ko, Galina M. Telysheva, Alexei V. Tkachev, Anatolij N. Trofimov, Viktor S. Sheveluha
EDITORIAL COUNCIL of Khimiya Rastitel’nogo Syr’ya
Jurij D. Alashkevich, Vladimir I. Beloglazov, Vladimir K. Dubovyj, Dmitrij A. Dul’kin, Ivan N. Koverninskij, Aleksandr V. Kuchin, Boris N. Kuznecov, Jurij S. Ovodov, Genrih A. Tolstikov
Russian Journal of Bioorganic Chemistry (Bioorganicheskaya Khimiya) publishes reviews and original experimental and theoretical studies on the structure, function, structure-activity relationships, and synthesis of biopolymers, such as proteins, nucleic acids, polysaccharides, mixed biopolymers, and their complexes, and low- molecular-weight biologically active compounds (peptides, sugars, lipids, antibiotics, etc.). The journal also covers selected aspects of neuro- and immunochemistry, biotechnology, and ecology. The journal is intended for scientists, educators, and students in universities, and researchers in industrial, medical, agricultural, and environmental control laboratories.
Khimiya Rastitel’nogo Syr’ya publishes original articles, reviews, and short communications devoted to the chemistry of processes occurring during deep chemical processing of plant raw materials, new efficient technologies of complex processing of plant raw materials. The journal covers the following topics: composition, structure, and properties of wood biomass, nonwood plant materials, and its components; basic studies of transformation of plant materials in technological processes of cellulose materials; conversion of the components of wood biomass in physicochemical and microbiological processes; physiologically active compounds based on plant materials, etc.
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