Advances in Bioscience and Clinical Medicine

Advances in Bioscience and Clinical Medicine (ABCmed)  is an international open-access, peer-reviewed journal established in Australia. ABCmed spans all areas of bioscience and medicine publishing original research articles, review articles, short communications, case reports and correspondences. Both printed and online versions of ABCmed are available. The online versions of ABCmed papers can be downloaded free of charge.

ABCmed Highlights

  • Country of Publication: Australia                    
  • Publisher: Australian International Academic Centre PTY.LTD.
  • Online ISSN: 2203-1413
  • Print ISBN: 9781291449501
  • POD: LuLu Press Inc.
  • Frequency: Quarterly [2015 Onwards]
  • Publication Dates: January, April,  July, October 
  • Language: English
  • Format: Print & Online
  • Scope: Bioscience and Clinical Medicine 
  • Article Processing Charges: Yes (Subject to change)
  • Open Access: Yes
  • Refereed: Yes
  • Abstracted: Yes
  • Indexed: Yes
  • Policy: Peer-reviewed
  • Peer Review Time: Five to Six Weeks
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  • Abcmed Statistics
  1. Articles Received in 2013: [19], Rejected: [8], Accepted: [11], Published: [8], Retracted: [0]
  2. Articles Received in 2014: [45], Rejected: [16], Accepted: [29], Published: [27], Retracted: [0]
  3. Articles Received in 2015: [77], Rejected: [26], Accepted: [51], Published: [45], Retracted: [0]

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