International Journal of Bioassays
International Journal of Bioassays [ISSN: 2278-778X] is an Open access, Peer-Reviewed, Multidisciplinary Journal. Int.J.Bioassays publishing full-length original Research Articles (RA), Review Articles (RevArt), Short Communications (SC), Case Studies (CS) and Letters To Editor (LTE) in the areas of Biological, Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Medical Sciences. All manuscript submissions will be subjected to Peer-Review by experts in the field. Manuscripts with high quality will be published without delay.
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Latest IC Value 2016
Volume 7, Issue 2 (2018)
Table of Contents
Study of the haematological and biochemical parameters of Clarias batrachus (Linn.) exposed to sublethal concentration of dioctyl phthalate
Manisha Satpathi, Ravinder Singh
Rukmanee Malviya, Pratima Patel, Preeti Ahirwar, Pradeep Vishwakarma, Poornima Kewat, Pooja Kushwah, Pooja Amrute, Pooja Nagle, Nand Kishore
An evaluation of heavy metals in the edible muscle tissues of two commercial fish species (Oreochromis niloticus and Hoplosternum littorale) and human health risk assessments
Grayson Orvile Halley, Surendra Winjajellum, Rajeshkumar Sivakumar
A descriptive study to assess the degree and factors influencing internet addiction among higher secondary students of selected schools of Bhopal city, (M.P.), India.
Priya Rathore Rathore, Praneet Waghmare Waghmare, Kusum Shah, Shweta Shivhare, Dr. Sheenam, Rohit Yadav, Minu S. Nair
Antioxidant activities of Pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum) and Little millet (Panicum sumatrense) in different in vitro models.
Jayalaxmi Revankar, Divya K., Ankita Shamnani, Podili Koteswaraiah
Yousef K.A. Abdalhafid, Ezaldin A.M. Mohammed, Awatif Farag Abdulsyid
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