Berkala Penelitian Hayati is a reputable international life science journal published with both p-ISSN (0852-6834) and e-ISSN (2337-389X). It operates under the open-access model and is peer-reviewed, allowing researchers from around the world to access and contribute to its content.

The journal was initially published semi annually by The East Java Biological Society and was formerly in the Indonesian language. The first edition was Vol 1 No 1 in June 1995. Over the years, it has evolved and gained recognition in the academic community. There is a record of journal accreditation:

1. The Ministry of Culture and Education from 2001 to 2011 (accreditation number: 134/DIKTI/Kep/2001)

2. The Ministry of Research and Higher Education for the period of 26 April 2017 to 26 April 2022 (accreditation number: 32a/E/KPT/2017)

3. The Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology for 2022-2026 (Volume 28 (1) April 2022 to Volume 32 (2) August 2026 with accreditation number: 79/E/KPT/2023)

Since 2011, the journal has been indexed by Zoological Record by Thomson Reuters Clarivate Analytics, adding to its reputation and visibility in the scientific community. Moreover, in April 2012, the journal transitioned from publishing in the Indonesian language to publishing exclusively in English, making its content accessible to a broader international audience.

Berkala Penelitian Hayati covers a wide range of topics in the field of biology, and it encourages the submission of original research, applied research, review articles, and educational articles. Authors are invited to submit authentic and unpublished works, not currently under review in other journals, ensuring the integrity and novelty of the content.

The journal's scope includes but is not limited to the following areas of study: botany, zoology, ecology, microbiology, physiology, nanobiology, coastal biology, hydrobiology, neurobiology, genetics, developmental biology, biochemistry and molecular biology, biophysics, and other life sciences-related topics.

Berkala Penelitian Hayati is available in online versions which is freely accessible and allows readers to download articles for easy access to the latest scientific research in the life sciences.

The journal is indexed in various reputable databases, including DOAJ, Crossref, Google Scholar, Academia.edu, and EBSCO Host, ensuring that researchers and scholars can easily find and cite the published articles.

Overall, Berkala Penelitian Hayati serves as a valuable platform for researchers to share their findings, advancements, and knowledge in the diverse and ever-evolving field of biology.

Articles

Exploration of synthetic dyes degrading bacteria from Siak River, Riau Province

Tetty Marta Linda, Novelia Dinda Putri Alamsyah, Erwina Juliantari

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Comprehensive analysis of protein-protein interactions (PPIs) with structure prediction program for breast cancer determination

Febrina Margaretha, Mukti Subagja, Altri Diana Putri, Christabel Queentha Salam, Louis Valenthenardo, Priscilla Klaresza Adhiwijaya, Gabriella Zevania Kaitlyn, Arli Parikesit

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Berkala Penelitian Hayati is an international peer-reviewed, open-access journal of life science. The journal formerly used the Indonesian language. The first edition of this journal is Vol 1 No 1 in June 1995. It was accredited by:

1. The Ministry of Culture and Education (Accreditation number 134/DIKTI/Kep/2001)

2. The Ministry of Research and Higher Education (Accreditation number 32a/E/KPT/2017)

3. The Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology (Accreditation number 79/E/KPT/2023)

Author Guidelines | Cover Letter | Manuscript Template | Title Page Template | Accreditation Certificate (2017-2022) | Accreditation Certificate (2022-2026)

Periodicity

Berkala Penelitian Hayati is published an issue biannually, in June and December. In 2023, articles will be published three times a year, in April, August, and December, with an average of eight to ten articles per issue.