Welcome to POL Scientific!

POL Scientific, LLC is an open access publisher specializing in the publication of basic research and medical journals covering a diverse spectrum of life sciences and medicine for the benefit of humanity. Our leading journals include: 1) Journal of Biological Methods (ISSN: 2326-9901), committed to publish innovative biological protocols and techniques; 2) Bladder (ISSN: 2327-2120), a medical journal dedicated to publishing research on bladder biology and disease. We are committed to support the scientific community by publishing impactful research and enhancing communication among scientists. At POL Scientific, we are continuously looking for ways to accelerate scientific progress and to strive for transparency and open communication, making knowledge freely accessible without barrier.

Latest articles from journals we publish

RSS Journal of Biological Methods

  • A simplified design for the C. elegans lifespan machine October 26, 2020
    Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans) lifespan assays constitute a broadly used approach for investigating the fundamental biology of longevity. Traditional C. elegans lifespan assays require labor-intensive microscopic monitoring of individual animals to evaluate life/death over a period of weeks, making large-scale high throughput studies impractical. The lifespan machine developed by Stroustrup et al. (2013) adapted flatbed […]
  • An ex vivo skin model to probe modulation of local cutaneous arachidonic acid inflammation pathway October 26, 2020
    There is a need for inexpensive and reliable means to determine the modulation of cutaneous inflammation. The method outlined in this article draws together a number of scientific techniques and makes use of generally unwanted biological tissues as a means of determining skin inflammation ex vivo, and focuses on probing aspects of the arachidonic acid […]

RSS Bladder

  • Malakoplakia, a malignant mimic September 2, 2020
    Malakoplakia is a chronic inflammatory condition that affects multiple systems, most commonly the urogenital tract. Its clinical presentation is often non-specific, but is typically characterized by recurrent urinary tract infections and haematuria. We report a rare case of intravesical malakoplakia mimicking an aggressive transitional cell carcinoma both in its clinical presentation and in its macroscopic […]