Enzymes

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Enzymes (ISSN 1867-3317) is a multidisciplinary, multilingual, irregular and free access online journal covering a wide range of topics in the field of natural philosophy such as cosmology, anthropology, social psychiatry, psychoanalysis, neurobiology, jurisprudence, religious studies and others. The journal was founded by Dr Andrej Poleev in 2003 in the form of Samizdat. A similar term was introduced by russian poet Nikolai Glazkov in the 1940s. Parodying the ceremonious names of the official printing organs of Soviet official publishing houses, such as Politizdat (short for Politicheskoe izdatel'stvo, political publishing house), Detizdat (short for Detskoe izdatel'stvo, literature for children), etc., he typed copies of his poems indicating "Samsebyaizdat" ("myselfpublishing") on the front page.
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'''Enzymes''' (ISSN 1867-3317) is a multidisciplinary, multilingual, irregular and free access online journal covering a wide range of topics in the field of natural philosophy such as cosmology, anthropology, social psychiatry, psychoanalysis, neurobiology, jurisprudence, religious studies and others.  
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The journal was founded by Dr Andrej Poleev in 2003 in the form of Samizdat. A similar term was introduced by Russian poet Nikolai Glazkov in the 1940s. Parodying the ceremonious names of the official printing organs of Soviet official publishing houses, such as Politizdat (short for Politicheskoe izdatel'stvo, political publishing house), Detizdat (short for Detskoe izdatel'stvo, literature for children), etc., he typed copies of his poems indicating "Samsebyaizdat" ("myselfpublishing") on the front page.
The journal  is listed in NCBI/NML, OCLC/WorldCat, DNB and other public directories and search engines.
The journal  is listed in NCBI/NML, OCLC/WorldCat, DNB and other public directories and search engines.
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Enzymes (ISSN 1867-3317) is a multidisciplinary, multilingual, irregular and free access online journal covering a wide range of topics in the field of natural philosophy such as cosmology, anthropology, social psychiatry, psychoanalysis, neurobiology, jurisprudence, religious studies and others.

The journal was founded by Dr Andrej Poleev in 2003 in the form of Samizdat. A similar term was introduced by Russian poet Nikolai Glazkov in the 1940s. Parodying the ceremonious names of the official printing organs of Soviet official publishing houses, such as Politizdat (short for Politicheskoe izdatel'stvo, political publishing house), Detizdat (short for Detskoe izdatel'stvo, literature for children), etc., he typed copies of his poems indicating "Samsebyaizdat" ("myselfpublishing") on the front page.

The journal is listed in NCBI/NML, OCLC/WorldCat, DNB and other public directories and search engines.

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