• Language: English
  • ISSN: 018917131
  • Established Year: 1983
  • Published Articles: 151
Nigerian Journal of Biotechnology

Executive Editor:Prof. Dr. Johnny O. Ogunji
ISSN:018917131
Publication Frequency:Bi-annually
Publisher:Biotechnology Society of Nigeria
Paper Submission E-mail:info@biotechsocietynigeria.org

Nigerian Journal of Biotechnology publishes original research papers, shot communications (not more than 1500 words), theoretical or review articles (invited) or from authors that worked extensively in their areas of research), reporting advances in our knowledge or understanding of any field of Biotechnology and relates disciplines. Letters to the Editors are also welcome. Negative results will be accepted only when they can be considered to advance our knowledge significantly.

Nigerian Journal of Biotechnology will publish original research papers, shot communications (not more than 1500 words), theoretical or review articles (invited) or from authors that worked extensively in their areas of research), reporting advances in our knowledge or understanding of any field of Biotechnology and relates disciplines. Letters to the Editors are also welcome. Negative results will be accepted only when they can be considered to advance our knowledge significantly. Authors wishing to write review articles should send an outline to the editor before preparing their manuscripts. All manuscripts submitted are subject to peer reviews. Contributions are accepted on the understanding that all authors have seen and approved the manuscript, that the work has not previously been published in journal form and that it is not being considered for publication elsewhere.Manuscripts should be neatly typed, double spaced on one side of an A4 size paper with at least 2.5cm on all margins and should not be more than 2500 words or 10 pages including figures, tables and references. The first page should carry the title of the paper, the first name, middle initials) and last name of the authors and address of institution where the work was done. A summary of not more than 200 words should be included at the beginning of the paper. The text of the paper should be divided into Introduction, Materials & Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgment and References. Results and discussion may be combined in one section.


Prof. Johnny O. Ogunji
Editor-in-Chief
Prof. Isaac Osakwe
Deputy Editor