Journal of Genetics and Mutation

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Journal of Genetics and Mutation

The Journal of Genetics and Mutation is relating to all the domains of life, from humans to plants to livestock and other micro and macro organisms. Studies pertaining to cytogenetics and molecular genetics form the bedrock of the Journal; these provide insights into genetic variation, mutations, and heredity.

Genetics and Mutation Keywords Genetics: Genetic Toxicology, Neurogenetics, Cancer Genetics, Behavioral Genetics, Medical Genetics, Biochemical Genetics, Clinical Genetics, Population Genetics, Genetic Epidemiology, and Immunogenetics. Mutation: Fundamental and Molecular Mechanisms of Mutagenesis, Environmental Mutagenesis, Mutatnt Program, Mutation Test, Gene Mutation Analysis, Nucleotide Sequence, DNA Replication, Gene Expression, Noncoding DNA, RNA Sequencing, Genetic Recombination, Chromosomal abnormalities, etc. 
Genetics and Mutation Scope

  • Genetics and Mutation relate to phenotypes and human physiopathology is emphasized in the sections Behavioral and Psychiatric Genetics, Genetics of Aging, Genetic Disorders, Neurogenetics, Cancer Genetics, Genomic Endocrinology, Systems Biology.
  • Technological and analytical developments of genetic database is reported in Statistical Genetics and Methodology, Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Genomic Assay Technology.
  • Gene flow among species and populations are included in the sections Evolutionary and Population Genetics, Evolutionary and Genomic Microbiology.
  • Genetics research in farm animals is included within Livestock Genetics (Farm and aquatic animals).
  • Interactions between environment and organisms are defined in Applied Genetic Epidemiology, Genetic Toxicology, Nutrigenetics, Pharmacogenetics and Pharmacogenomics.
  • Molecular and cellular genetics are covered in Epigenomics and Epigenetics, RNA, Stem Cell Research.

Studies involving High throughput genetic/mutation analysis involving computational biology and bioinformatics such as: Next-generation sequencing, transcriptomics analysis, RNA-Sequencing, ChIP-Sequencing, and microarray are very welcome. Further, studies concerned with diagnostic methods such as RAPD, RFLP, and ARMS-PCR, for screening mutations are also solicited. Authors are welcome to publish their findings in a variety of formats such as: Research articles, case series, reviews, guidelines, and techniques. Author(s) can submit their manuscripts through the journal's online submission and tracking system at: www.editorialmanager.com/pulsus/ (or) as an attachment to [email protected]