Biomacromolecular Mass Spectrometry - Journal and Book Series


Biomacromolecular Mass Spectrometry was a journal and book series from Nova Science Publishers which covered research in the fields of biomacromolecules such as proteins, DNA, and other biopolymers studied with mass spectrometry and peripheric techniques. Cleavage and breakdown of the large molecules are often necessary for their investigation and, therefore, studies on the products were also of importance to the journal. Biomolecular mass spectrometry has become a major analytical technique during recent years driving the biosciences forward at the same time. Research tends to be more and more interdisciplinary and the journal attempted to bridge all biomacromolecules in an effort to enhance communication among scientists. The series published the Proceedings of the Annual Münster Conference on Single Cell and Molecule Analysis.

The publication was discontinued in 2015.


BMMS is indexed by Chemical Abstracts and Elsevier. Articles are found using SciFinder.