• Issue 76(2) covers a diverse range of topics


    Issue 76(2) covers a diverse range of topics

    Biomedical applications
    Marine ecosystem dynamics and environmental monitoring using advanced acoustic technology for zooplankton distribution analysis
    Genetic basis of osteoarthritis 
    Pharmacological properties and safety profile of A. articulata 
    Chemical composition and biological activities of freshwater algae
    Sustainable aquaculture practices
    Plant-microbe interactions
    Physiological adaptations of Q. pubescens
    Microbial diversity in aquatic habitats
    Biomedical research - the potential therapeutic effects of basil

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  • Issue 75(4)


    Issue 75(4) contains articles on different topics including,

    • Behavioral analysis of a captive male Bornean orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus) exposed to environmental changes [Larsen et al.]
    • Purple tea catechin and cisplatin synergism in triple-negative breast cancer [Ndacyayisenga et al.]
    • Intermediate concentration of cyclophosphamide does not deplete regulatory T cells in mice [Radulović et al.]
    • Data mining associations between Indian marine fish catch and environmental data [Gladju et al.]
    • In vitro examination of low-intensity light on Hericium erinaceus (Bull.: Fr.) Pers. biosynthetic activity [Mykchaylova et al.]
    • Soybean (Glycine max) seedling growth under salt stress by seed priming and exogenous application of citric acid [Imran et al.]
    • Improved chickpea growth by Bacillus tequilensis and Trichoderma orientale [Bekkar and Zaim]
    • RT-PCR-RFLP characterization of cucumber mosaic virus subgroups [Zečević et al.]
    • Seasonal variations and responses to water chemistry of zooplankton assemblages in shallow pools in Thailand [Praserphon et al.]
    • Pistia stratiotes growth dynamics in wastewater [Miličević]
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  • Issue 75(3)


    Issue 75(3) contains articles on different topics, including:

    • the growing threat of multidrug resistance of Enterococcus faecalis in hospitalized patients (Ahmed et al.) and in wound infections (Imran et al.);
    • the response to pegylated interferon/ribavirin therapy to the variability of the hepatitis C virus (HCV) core region and host genotype and epigenetic factors (Kokanov et al.);
    • the protective effect of alfalfa (Medicago sativa) seed extract containing polysaccharides on human keratinocytes and fibroblasts (Kim et al.);
    • the promotion of cisplatin-induced apoptosis of AGS gastric cancer cells after inhibition of β-catenin expression by the coumarin derivative seselin (Shyu et al.);
    • the effects of green synthesized calcium oxide nanoparticles from extracts of Citrullus colocynthis on the body weight, plasma atherogenic index, and histology of liver and stomach of high-fat-diet-fed rats (Mazher et al.);
    • the utilization of machine learning to assess the accuracy of near-infrared spectroscopy of spent dialysate fluid in monitoring the blood concentrations of uremic toxins (Trbojević-Stanković et al.);
    • the association of the apolipoprotein E ε4 allele in a Serbian population with Alzheimer’s dementia (Bašić et al.);
    • the effect of arbuscular mycorrhiza on physiological and biochemical parameters and capsaicinoid production in Capsicum annuum in a comparative study of extraction methods and solvents (Canpolat and İşlek);
    • Typha latifolia resilience to high metal stress and the antioxidant response in plants from mine and flotation tailing ponds (Grdović et al.).
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  • Issue 75(2)2023


    Issue 75(2) contains articles on a range of subjects.
    In this issue, Yu et al. examine the regulatory mechanism of the Dracocephalum moldavica L. extract in intestinal inflammation in hypertension.
    Veličkov et al. elucidate the role of the interstitial cells of Cajal and nerve fibers by examining their distribution in the rat stomach in diabetic gastro enteropathy.
    The mechanism underlying the changes in cell cycle progression and cell proliferation in an environment of 2-fold elevated atmospheric pressure is studied by Son et al.
    Using murine gammaherpesvirus 68 to obtain very large read-through transcripts, Kara concludes that qPCR should be supported by alternative methods such as northern blotting to identify the roles of the transcripts.
    Milićević describes the results of studies of the dynamics of water hyacinth Eichhornia crassipes [Mart.] Solms growth under conditions of a moderate-continental climate for application in wastewater purification.
    Dalyan describes the potential positive effects of the plant hormone 24-epibrassinolide on dithiocarbamate fungicide thiram-induced stress in tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum Mill.).
    The macrozoobenthos in the watercourse community of the Đerekarska River on the Pešter plateau is explored by Numanović et al.
    The study of Marković et al. provides new data on the biology and distribution of the mud shrimp Upogebia pusilla in the south-eastern Adriatic, which configures benthic habitats and influences benthic communities.
    Topal et al. describe the link between apifloral diversity and endemism in the eastern Mediterranean honeybee forests of Türkiye within the context of planning biodiversity conservation.
    Morozova and Shkute characterize the genetic structure of the population of the invasive species zebra mussel Dreissena polymorpha in Latvia, using microsatellites as molecular markers.

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  • New Issue 75(1)2023


    Issue 75(1) covers a range of topics, including cancer research in an article that describes the association of rs4646903 and rs1048943 CYP1A1 estrogen-metabolizing gene polymorphisms with estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer in Kenyan women (Murithi et al.).
    The paper by İğci and Aytaç presents the phytochemical composition and in vitro analysis of the wound-healing activity of Verbascum stachydifolium Boiss & Heldr. var. stachydifolium growing in Turkey.
    An article in animal physiology highlights the relationship between ATP and protein kinase A in isolated rat cardiomyocytes (Ozturk et al.).
    In a comprehensive Review Article, years of research on the fish retinotectal system based on extracellular microelectrode recordings from the tectum opticum are summarized (Damjanović et al.).
    A novel approach to simpler exophytophagous caterpillar identification with descriptive matrices is presented (Trajković et al.).
    Species diversity of Trichoptera larvae was assessed in the streams of the Kastamonu (Cide)-Sinop (Ayancık) coastal region in Turkey (Oezalp and Kueçuekbasmacı).
    An article in agronomy describes the macromineral consumption of Pleurotus ostreatus var. Florida and its growth and nutrient dynamics at the beginning and end of cultivation in different culms (Iossi et al.).
    The paper by Oguiba et al. in agri-food biotechnology examines the Ascochyta fabae disease of Vicia faba L. The results of phenotypic and molecular characterization, pathogenicity and in vitro biological control indicate that disease aggressiveness is negatively correlated with susceptibility to the biocontrol strains Bacillus siamensis B8 and Bacillus mojavensis B31.
    Understanding the relationship between soil properties and plant responses is important for agricultural production and conservation. In the paper by Bogosavljević et al., the soil on consolidated limestone is categorized and its relationship with grassland vegetation is defined.


    Professor Đorđe Fira (1959-2022), a member of the Editorial Board of the Archives of Biological Sciences, is acknowledged in the In Memoriam (Lozo and Stanković). Đorđe Fira, a scientist of great erudition and knowledge and a wonderful friend is no longer with us but will forever remain in our hearts and memories.

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  • New Issue 74(4)2022


    The Archives of Biological Sciences is a multidisciplinary open-access journal that covers original research in life science.

    Issue 74(4) contains articles in a range of subjects in cancer research, including a paper describing three newly identified long non-coding RNAs, AC077690.1, AL049874.3 and AP00137.1 closely associated with the PI3K-Akt-mTOR and FOXO signaling pathways which can serve as novel therapeutic targets in prostate cancer (Li et al.); a paper describing the expression and genetic variants of IL-1β, IL-6 and IL-10 genes and their associations with colorectal cancer and colorectal liver metastases which supports the use of interleukin genetic variants as biomarkers to detect and predict clinical outcomes (Hazgui et al.); an article studying the anti-cancer activity of the polysaccharide extract from Lactarius chrysorrheus in different cell lines which provides insight into the development of a potential anticancer agent (Mutlu et al.).

    A paper in biochemical toxicology examines the fibrinogenolytic activity of Montivipera raddei snake venom enzyme; the presented findings will guide studies aiming to identify new fibrinogenolytic enzymes, their pathology and their biotechnological potential (Atasoy and İğci).

    A work in environmental pollution that investigates the lethal and sublethal effects of the pyrethroid insecticide tau-fluvalinate used extensively in agricultural activities on the non-target organism Gammarus roeseli shows that its use must be carefully reconsidered to minimize exposure risk (Sari).

    A study in conservation biology conducted to investigate the level of genetic diversity in two populations of Centaurea amaena, an endemic species listed as critically endangered in Turkey, presents essential information for establishing effective conservation strategies (Atasagun).

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    In 2022 the Serbian School of Molecular Biology celebrated half a century of existence. Molecular Biology and Physiology, as a novel study group, was founded in 1972 at the Department of Biological Sciences of the Faculty of Sciences and Mathematics, University of Belgrade. The University of Belgrade was the third university in the world to establish molecular biology studies and a department of biochemistry and molecular biology. The founder was the academician Dušan Kanazir, together with Ana Savić (1936-2022), his only assistant at the time, who is remembered and honored in the In Memoriam (Matić and Kojić).

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  • New Issue 74 (3) 2022


    The Archives of Biological Sciences is a multidisciplinary journal that covers original research in a wide range of subjects in life science. The new issue contains original articles in biomedical research, including the first report of 10 years of practice from a Serbian referral center on the oncologic and reproductive outcomes of fertility-sparing surgery for borderline ovarian tumors, as well as the finding that altered arginine metabolism in colon cancer is a sign of the increased proliferative potential of tumor-adjacent tissue; also, original results that the sesquiterpene fraction F1012-2 of Eupatorium lindleyanum DC. regulates the p53/NF-κB signaling pathways in human breast cancer and that hypophosphorylation of retinoic acid receptor alpha inhibits triple-negative breast cancer cell migration and invasion are presented, including the finding that erianin, a dibenzyl compound found in Dendrobium chrysotoxum Lindl. extract, a promising agent in the treatment of glioblastoma multiforme, triggers apoptosis in U373 and A172 glioblastoma cells.

    A study of pathogen characteristics in a medical microbiology paper presents a proteomics analysis of altered metabolic pathways in classic and hypervirulent isolates of Klebsiella pneumoniae; as the virulence differences between hypervirulent and classical forms are poorly understood. K pnemoniae is an opportunistic pathogen and global threat causing a wide range of infections.

    A paper in environmental microbiology shows the results of research of two decades of changes in the diversity of freshwater cyanobacteria in waters intended for human consumption.

    A paper in mycology describes effective methods of preserving the gene pool of valuable edible and medicinal mushrooms, which includes the maintenance and correct identification of the biology, morphology and phylogeny of preserved strains of the Pleurotus eryngii species complex in culture collections.

    Environmental pollution is represented by a study of trace metal and metalloid bioaccumulation in three centipedes (Chilopoda), Clinopodes flavidus, Cryptops anomalans and Eupolybothrus transsylvanicus identified as bioindicators suitable for monitoring metal pollution.

    An article in conservation biology provides the results of analysis of the influence of foraging habitat characteristics on nest-box occupancy and breeding parameters of the European roller, Coracias garrulus in Serbia, and offers practical recommendations for the continuation of the nest-box program and the allocation of conservation measures.

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    As of October 1 2022, all articles published in the Archives of Biological Sciences will be licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License and the authors will retain copyright, granting the journal the right of first publication. This license allows others to share the work with an acknowledgment of the work’s authorship and initial publication in this journal.

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  • Issue 74(2)


    The Archives of Biological Sciences is a multidisciplinary journal that covers original research in a wide range of subjects in life science. This issue contains original articles in biomedical research that includes the results of a combined study of cancer and metabolic disease in an examination of dysregulation of the PER3 clock gene and its only pseudogene in colorectal cancer and type 2 diabetes; investigation of the association between superoxide dismutase 2, glutathione peroxidase 1, xeroderma pigmentosum group d gene variations, and head and neck squamous cell cancer susceptibility; a study of tumor necrosis factor-related apoptosis-inducing ligand Fas and fibrinolytic factors in the assessment of malignant pleural effusion; combined analysis of KARS mutation and p16INK4a and p14ARF methylation status in locally advanced rectal carcinoma treated with preoperative chemoradiotherapy; SET and MYND domain-containing protein 2 (SMYD2) as a prognostic biomarker associated with immune infiltrates in cervical squamous cell carcinoma and endocervical adenocarcinoma is considered; the beneficial effect of ginsenoside-Mc1, which reduces cerebral ischemia-reperfusion injury in hyperlipidemia; low back pain, a common disorder, is examined in rat intervertebral disk cells during BNIP3 overexpression and triggered autophagy and apoptosis.

    Environmental and experimental botany is represented in an assessment of differences in anatomical and hydraulic properties of the root and xylem of three willow (Salix L.) clones during phytostabilization after exposure to elevated cadmium, and environmental soil science in an examination of different patterns of leaf morphological variation in Quercus frainetto Ten. growing on different soil types.

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  • Issue 74(1)


    We are pleased to announce the publication of issue 74(1) of Archives of Biological Sciences, an open-access online multidisciplinary journal published by the Serbian Biological Society. This issue contains original research in biological sciences, such as examination of the spread of alien and potentially invasive freshwater snail species in the Danube River, bacterial metabarcoding analysis of mineral waters in Serbia, analysis of miRNA-lncRNA-mRNA profiles in liver tissue, as well as molecular medical research, including the investigation of gene polymorphisms in acute ischemic stroke, promoter methylation and treatment response in patients with chronic hepatitis, assessment of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on patients receiving intravitreal injections, the study of the pathogenesis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) caused by smoking and traditional Chinese medicine in the treatment of COPD, as well as the molecular effects of an anti-aging chemical substance used in skin-care products.

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  • Issue 73(4)2021


    We are pleased to announce the publication of issue 73(4) of Archives of Biological Sciences, an open-access online multidisciplinary journal published by the Serbian Biological Society. This issue contains original research in life science, including molecular opthalmology, gene polymorphism in cancer and addiction, ichthyology, toxicology.

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  • CiteScore 2020

    CiteScore 2020 is now live and we are proud that CiteScore of Archives of Biological Sciences has increased from 1.2 to 1.5.   CiteScore 2020 counts the citations received in 2017-2020 to articles, reviews, conference papers, book chapters and data papers published in 2017-2020, and divides this by the number of publications published in 2017-2020.

    CiteScore 2020 of ABS

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  • New issue


    We are pleased to announce the publication of issue 73(1)2021 of Archives of Biological Sciences containing original research in life sciences, including biology, ecology, human biology and biomedical research.

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  • New issue


    We are pleased to announce the publication of the fourth issue for 2020 of the Archives of Biological Sciences containing original research in life sciences, including biology, ecology, human biology and biomedical research.

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    Please be informed that access to the Archives of Biological Sciences will be intermittently interrupted from 10 o-clock in the morning CET, Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
    We expect to be back up and running by Thursday, November 5, 2020.

    Authors and reviewers should note that during this period access to the submission page will not be possible, and that should they make changes to a submission/review, they will not be saved.

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  • New Issue


    We are pleased to announce the publication of the third issue for 2020 of the Archives of Biological Sciences, in which can be found original research in a wide range of subjects in life sciences, including biology, ecology, human biology and biomedical research.


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  • New Issue


    We are pleased to announce the publication of the second issue for 2020 of the Archives of Biological Sciences, in which can be found original research in a wide range of subjects in life sciences, including biology, ecology, human biology and biomedical research.

    Issue 72(2) can be accessed via the CURRENT tab.

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  • 2020 Journal Citation Reports released


    Clarivate has just published updated citation metrics that have been released in Journal Citation Reports (JCR), and we are very pleased that the IF of Archives of Biological Sciences has increased from 0.554 to 0.719.

    The Archives of Biological Sciences, which is a multidisciplinary journal, will continue covering original research in a wide range of subjects in life science, including biology, ecology, human biology and biomedical research in an open access electronic format. We would like to thank the authors and reviewers for their continued support for the journal.

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    The server of the Serbian Biological Society and the Archives of Biological Science will be under maintenance from Saturday 19 May, to Sunday 20 May. Therefore, all users – readers, authors and reviewers of the Archives of Biological Science, will not be able to reach the site at some point. We will invest all effort to make this time as short as possible. However, the landing page for DOI of all published papers will be available at doiSerbia (, the portal of the National Library of Serbia, which presents all scientific papers in Serbia in CrossRef. We apologize for this inconvenience. Thank you for your understanding.

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  • Migration to the Open Journal System


    The Archives of Biological Sciences has completed the migration of its old web site to the Open Journal System today, and the URL of the journal has been changed. All visitors using the journal’s old URL will be redirected to the new one. The migration was performed during the June 25-26 weekend. We apologize to all readers, authors and peer-reviewers for the inconvenience and if they experienced any problems while reading the published papers or working in the system.

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  • Editorial Announcement


    In the summer of 2014, the Archives of Biological Sciences was singled out as a scientific journal that had veered away from the ethical publishing practice of scientific journals and was placed on the list of predatory journals. Members of the scientific public in Serbia directly affected by the accusations were mobilised, and after thorough investigation it was concluded that many of these accusations were founded. As a result, the Serbian Biological Society and other co-publishers of the journal replaced the entire editorial team. The new Editorial Board was confronted with the difficult task of resolving many outstanding issues which primarily affected contributors and scientific research in life sciences, as well as official bodies that support scientific publishing in Serbia.

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  • Change in Citation Style


    As of 2016, volume 68, the Archives of Biological Sciences will change the citation style. The Archives of Biological Sciences will apply the Vancouver Citation Style. This means that all papers submitted after June 1, 2015 should conform with the new Instructions for Authors and the Vancouver Citation Style.

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  • OnLine-First


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  • New Editorial Board

    On July 17, 2014 the Editor-in-Chief and the complete Editorial Board of the Archives of Biological Sciences (ABS) were changed due to indications of misconduct and deviation from good scientific publishing practice. The mission statement of the newly instated Editorial Board of the ABS is to reestablish and uphold the principle of best practice in scholarly publishing. Read more about New Editorial Board