Innovative Biosystems and Bioengineering

The international scientific journal Innovative Biosystems and Bioengineering was founded in 2017. IBB introduces a systems approach to life sciences problems.

IBB is a quarterly peer-reviewed Open Access e-journal in which readers, immediately upon online publication, can access articles free of costs and subscription charges.

e-ISSN 2616-177X

Founder: National Technical University of Ukraine “Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”.

Frequency: 4 issues a year.

We accept papers in following languages: English, Ukrainian.

Cite the title as: Innov Biosyst Bioeng.

Readership: Biotechnologists, Biologists, Biophysicists, Bioinformaticists, Biomedical researchers and engineers, Medical, biochemical, and pharmaceutical scientists.

Keywords: Applied biology, Biotechnology, Bioengineering, Biophysics, Bioinformatics, Bioorganic chemistry, Biomedicine, Biochemical engineering, Biomaterials, Bioprocess engineering.

Indexing: DOAJ; ROAD; HINARI; Chemical Abstracts Service; CNKI Scholar; Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers; J-Gate; Public Knowledge Project Index; ICMJE; JournalTOCs; WCOSJ; Vifabio; EZB; Zeitschriftendatenbank; Polska Bibliografia Naukowa; Scilit; Bielefeld Academic Search Engine; OpenAir; WorldCat.


Vol 4, No 3 (2020): (in progress)

Table of Contents

Stenosis Detection in Internal Carotid and Vertebral Arteries With the Use of Diameters Estimated from MRI Data PDF
Igor Nesteruk, Sergiy Jr. Pereverzyev, Lukas Mayer, Ruth Steiger, Lukas Kusstatscher, Karl Fritscher, Michael Knoflach, Elke Ruth Gizewski 131-142
Suspension Culture of Erythrocytes in the Assessment of the Detergent Functional Component Toxicity Level PDF
Olena Yalovenko, Olena Raietska, Oleksandr Holichenkov, Vasyl Liashenko, Oleksii Dugan 143-148
Analysis of Fractional-Order Model of COVID-19 Pandemics With a Nonlinear Incidence Rate PDF
Vinod Varghese, Sonal Bhoyar, Kottakkaran Sooppy Nisar 160-167
Powder Fixed Combination With Antiseptic and Barrier Properties for Wound Management: Safety and Efficacy Aspects PDF
Valeria Dissette, Roberto Cassino, Larisa Bondarenko, Valentina Motronenko 149-159